Lighter Side: Make way for the swimming pigs of…

California? Yes, there’s a new addition to the world of adventurous porcine – a small herd living on an island in the delta near Stockton, Calif. FULL STORY »

Soy futures continued boosting crop prices Wednesday morning

The soy complex continues pulling crop prices higher. The corn harvest may have been slightly delayed by the latest Corn Belt weather system, but there’s little doubt it’s advancing rapidly. FULL STORY »

Goodwill Ambassadors for Family Farming recognized

Robert L. Carlson, former president of the World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO), and Gerd Sonnleitner have been recognised by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as Goodwill Ambassadors for Family Farming. FULL STORY »

Mandatory COOL: Still detrimental to trade, no easy solution

On the heels of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO’s) latest ruling on U.S. mandatory country-of-origin labeling (COOL), debate on both sides of the issue continues. FULL STORY »

Alumbaugh: Collaborate to improve

If Apple and IBM can work together, so can pork producers. FULL STORY »

In disease outbreak management, flexibility can save lives, money Play video

A new approach for responding to and managing disease outbreaks is being proposed by a team of epidemiologists led by two Penn State University researchers. The team's flexible approach could save many lives and millions of dollars. FULL STORY »

Climate change impacts agriculture, too

Weather, and climate change, impact agriculture in a number of ways. Both crops and livestock have needs that weather plays into. FULL STORY »

Bringing home the bacon: Celebrating National Pork Month

October is National Pork Month: is there a better way to celebrate than by enjoying your favorite, wholesome pork foods now and all year round? Though summer has given way to fall, there is still plenty of time for tailgates and fall cookouts to feast on sausages, ham or add bacon to any sandwich. FULL STORY »

Buyer interest, competition strong at SIAL Food Show in Paris

Billed as one of the largest international food shows in the world, SIAL 2014 in Paris is an outstanding venue for showcasing U.S. beef and pork. The U.S. Meat Export Federation participates in SIAL through support from the USDA Market Access Program. FULL STORY »

Mapping agriculture in the U.S.

Agricultural data are valuable for analysis, and thanks to the Census of Agriculture and other surveys, NASS has plenty of data available. FULL STORY »

Photo of the day: Stop – shower time

When it comes to showering in and out of a farrowing facility, cleanliness is next to godliness, but there is a definite divide as to how the genders get clean. FULL STORY »

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