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Pork Checkoff updates Youth PQA Plus program

Through its Youth Pork Quality Assurance Plus program (PQA), the National Pork Board will make training available to young producers so they can continue to earn the trust of consumers through transparency and training. FULL STORY »

USDA considers mandatory reporting for PEDv

The USDA has discussed the option of mandatory reporting of PEDv with industry organizations, but for this virus, it's too late to have significant benefits. FULL STORY »

Senate, House Ag Committees take action

The Senate and House Agriculture committees were busy last week, taking action on nominees for the CFTC and reauthorizing the Commission. FULL STORY »

Don’t miss Iowa Swine Day 2014

Important topics to be discussed at this year’s Iowa Swine Day on June 26 in Ames, Iowa. FULL STORY »

Four honored at NIAA conference

Dr. Richard Raymond, Colorado; Dr. Hailu Kinde, California; Dr. Karen Jordan, North Carolina; and Jim Fraley, Illinois; -were asked to step into the spotlight at the National Institute for Animal Agriculture during the organization's annual conference on Tuesday, April 1, in Omaha, Nebraska. FULL STORY »

USMEF: Red meat exports remain strong in February

Buoyed by double-digit export growth to Mexico – the largest volume market for all U.S. red meat exports – U.S. pork and beef exports performed well in February despite growing concerns about tight supplies and rising prices, according to statistics released by the USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation. FULL STORY »

Court of Appeals will review COOL en banc

North American Meat Association was pleased to learn this morning that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will review en banc the case declaring USDA’s Country-of-Origin Labeling (COOL) Rule unconstitutional. FULL STORY »

Summit will address: "Who is Big Ag?"

The Animal Agriculture Alliance will feature a panel discussion at its upcoming Stakeholders Summit May 8-9 in Crystal City, VA. FULL STORY »

Succession planning workshops scheduled

The American Soybean Association will hold regional succession planning workshops for farmers to help them ensure a successful transition to the next generation. FULL STORY »

Ohio Pork Council is giving again

The Ohio Pork Council has had a pork donation program for five years and now members are celebrating with a chance for consumers to win $500 of groceries. FULL STORY »

AFIA submits highly-prescriptive animal food rule comments to FDA

The American Feed Industry Association submitted comments Monday to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on what AFIA describes as the most massive overhaul of animal food industry regulations since 1958. FULL STORY »

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