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AgFeed to pay $18 million to settle SEC charges

Hog production company AgFeed Industries, Inc. has agreed to pay $18 million to settle allegations filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charging the company and top executive with conducting a massive accounting fraud. FULL STORY »

Berman: The Swiss should be more guarded

You are already aware that Switzerland-based Nestlé recently announced that it is going to make a number of requests of its meat suppliers, including a phase-out of individual maternity pens. There’s no timeline for any of the actions, just a promise to get around to it at some point. FULL STORY »

USDA forecasts 2015 ag exports to be down from record 2014

Fiscal 2015 U.S. agricultural exports are projected at $144.5 billion, down $8 billion from the record $152.5 billion forecast for fiscal 2014, primarily because of the outlook for lower commodity prices. FULL STORY »

Listeria in deli meat kills 15, sickens 38 in Denmark

This week, the Danish State Serum Institute confirmed another fatality in a listeria outbreak linked to deli meats, bringing the total number of deaths to 15. Thirty-eight have been sickened. FULL STORY »

Estonia finds African swine fever in wild boar

Estonia's Veterinary and Food Board said on Monday it had confirmed the country's first case of African swine fever in a wild boar. FULL STORY »

Ebola threatens food security in West Africa

The world's worst Ebola epidemic has endangered harvests and sent food prices soaring in West Africa, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization said on Tuesday, warning the problem would intensify in coming months. FULL STORY »

New study highlights need for increased innovation

Farmer and consumer survey respondents shared insights on agriculture industry issues to help feed the world in the future. FULL STORY »

Strong performance in South Korea for U.S. beef, pork

One of the top-performing markets for U.S. beef and pork in 2014 has been South Korea, where exports have posted strong year-over-year gains. FULL STORY »

WTO rules against U.S. in meat label fight

A World Trade Organization panel has ruled against the United States in a trade dispute over meat labels with Canada and Mexico, according to a Wall Street Journal report. FULL STORY »

U.S. and Canadian hog inventory down 4 percent

United States and Canadian inventory of all hogs and pigs for June 2014 was 75.1 million head. This was down 4 percent from June 2013, and down 5 percent from June 2012. FULL STORY »

Strong foreign demand for U.S. pork in June

Despite very strong June wholesale pork prices, U.S. pork exports in June were more than 4 percent higher than a year ago. FULL STORY »

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