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Shift from corn to soybeans could continue

A survey of more than 1,300 growers indicates they plan to switch more acres from corn to soybeans in 2015. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Life expanded

Visitors to the 2014 Weber County Fair in Utah witnessed life at its best when 13-year-old Tucker Doak, a young man with autism, showed and sold his pig. FULL STORY »

Ronald Prestage arrested

Ronald William Prestage, DVM, from Camden, S.C., has been charged with carrying a pistol without a license. He is president-elect of the National Pork Producers Council. FULL STORY »

Commentary: When veggie meets carnivore

No matter your taste in steaks, chops or burgers, if a single person at a party you’re hosting claims to be vegetarian, they must be provided a separate menu. Just don’t expect reciprocity. FULL STORY »

Alumbaugh: Panera gets fired

The ag industry has known for quite some time that the leadership at Panera Bread wouldn’t listen to reason. Evidently the company’s ad agency felt the same way. Chicago-based Cramer-Krasselt basically told Panera to take a hike. FULL STORY »

Penning Pigs: From "confidential" to "confessions"

Amanda Eben's dad is a farmer. She learned early on that "proper animal care is non-negotiable." She exemplifies so many others who devote their lives to feeding others. FULL STORY »

Ag groups say, "Go ahead without Japan"

Although the corn and soybean groups have not signed on yet, the National Pork Producers and others want TPP negotiations to continue without Japan. FULL STORY »

Penning Pigs: Animal care confidential

I read a lot of news releases, articles and blogs every day, including those from animal rights groups. I’ve had my fair share of interactions with those folks, too. FULL STORY »

Alltech’s 30th Symposium asks “What If?”

PorkNetwork editor JoAnn Alumbaugh is attending the 30th annual Alltech Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky. Here is a news release highlighting some of the sessions from the first day. FULL STORY »

HSUS to pay $15.75 million to settle racketeering lawsuit

The Humane Society of the United States and other co-defendants will pay $15.75 million to settle a racketeering lawsuit. The District Court called the suit "groundless and unreasonable from its inception." FULL STORY »

Summit panelists tackle tough issues

Antibiotics, sustainability and farm size were just a few of the issues discussed during the Animal Agriculture Alliance Stakeholders Summit last week. The Alliance's mission is to communicate that animal well-being is central to producing safe, high-quality, affordable food and other products essential to our daily lives. FULL STORY »

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