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NIAA Antibiotics Use and Resistance Symposium nears

Developing Partnerships for Moving Forward is one of the keystone concepts at the important NIAA Antibiotics Use and Resistance Symposium in Atlanta November 12– 14. FULL STORY »

Hogs were the exception to the bullish rule Thursday

Export data boosted corn futures Thursday. The weekly USDA Export Sales report stated last week’s corn commitments just over 1.0 million tonnes, which happened to be the upper end of pre-report forecasts. FULL STORY »

Higher pork production anticipated in 2015

Fourth-quarter commercial pork production is expected to be year-over-year lower, deriving as it does from lower pig crops. But as has been the story for most of 2014, higher average dressed weights will help to offset lower fourth-quarter slaughter numbers. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: World's tallest cow found in Illinois

Illinois is the home of the world's tallest cow. Blosom, owned by Patty Hanson, is six foot four inches tall and weighs over 2,000 pounds. FULL STORY »

Pork production climbs 2%

Pork production totaled 1.87 billion pounds, up 2 percent from the previous year. Hog slaughter totaled 8.83 million head, down 2 percent from September 2013. FULL STORY »

Survey shows big data use increasing

A survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows more farmers are reaping the benefits of the latest agricultural technologies, but most remain wary of risks involved with big data collection. FULL STORY »

Photo of the Day: Phantom of the farrowing barn

One little pig has a dramatic mask, reminiscent of another theatrical phantom – just in time for Halloween. FULL STORY »

Export data, equity gains boost crop futures Thursday morning

The weekly USDA Export Sales report stated last week’s corn commitments just over 1.0 million tonnes, which happened to be the upper end of pre-report forecasts. FULL STORY »

Record U.S. soybean crop may hold silver lining for Iowa farmers

A record U.S. soybean crop is bigger than expected, but not in Iowa. FULL STORY »

Meat export volumes lower in August, but value remains strong

For the second consecutive month, August export value for U.S. pork increased year-over-year despite declines in volume. Export value remains on a record pace, according to statistics released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) earlier this month. FULL STORY »

We are Indiana agriculture: Emiley Gaskill doing what she loves

Emiley Gaskill and her husband, Randy, live in Adams County. They have three sons: Aaron, who works for Helena Chemical Company; Brandon, a service man for Oracle Pork; and Craig, who is a manager over 10,000-head of wean-to-finish hogs. FULL STORY »

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