Brumm: Expectations of Friday's Hogs and Pigs report

This year it appears that we can forget about cycles due to the on-going shortage of pigs due to PEDv. The yearly high so far in weaned pigs occurred in late March with those pigs going to market in August. FULL STORY »

Meet Ryan Veldhuizen, Minn. pork producer seen in 'Farmland'

Hollywood has come to the Heartland, and Ryan Veldhuizen is welcoming the opportunity to shine the spotlight on modern livestock production through Farmland, a new feature-length documentary film. FULL STORY »

USDA announces new support, website for beginning farmers

Implementation of new Farm Bill measures and other policy changes will improve the financial security of new and beginning farmers FULL STORY »

Cold Storage: Frozen pork supplies down 13% from May 2013

Total red meat supplies in freezers were down 3 percent from the previous month and down 16 percent from May 31, 2013. FULL STORY »

Alumbaugh: We’re being talked about

The industry, that is. It’s happening all the time, in both positive and negative connotations. Social media has become an important source of news. FULL STORY »

Researchers study new class of animal deworming agent

After two moderate doses of a bacteria-derived protein were fed to worm-infected swine in an experiment, all intestinal roundworm larvae in the swine were damaged or destroyed and the infection was nearly completely eliminated. FULL STORY »

A new tool for agriculture

Since its inception in 1870, the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources at the University of Missouri has provided the best for the people of the state. Now it is bringing the research and stories from its world-renowned scientists and researchers directly to your iPhone. FULL STORY »

Hog Outlook: Retail pork prices up 54.6 cents from 2013

The average price of pork in grocery stores during May was a record $4.099 per pound. That is up 54.6 cents from a year ago and up 14.9 cents from the old record set the month before. FULL STORY »

Waldo Genetics announces scholarship winners

Waldo Genetics, a leading swine genetics innovator, is excited to announce its first Waldo Genetics Willard Waldo Memorial Scholarship recipients. FULL STORY »

Heavy rains flood U.S. farmers' fields, raise river levels

Heavy rains across the northern U.S. Midwest this week flooded corn and soybean fields, damaging crops, and raised river levels which could slow some grain shipments by barge for the next two weeks. FULL STORY »

2014 pork production forecast raised on higher slaughter

USDA raised its pork production forecasts slightly for the second through fourth quarters of 2014, with total 2014 pork production expected to be 22.8 billion pounds, about 1.6 percent below a year earlier. FULL STORY »

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