Fair Oaks Farm provides an escape to the country and a welcoming environment for the public to learn about modern farming practices. Over 110,000 visitors came to Fair Oaks, Ind., to reconnect with the family farm.
West Coast port operators represented by the Pacific Maritime Association submitted a formal request to the International Longshore and Warehouse Union to begin early negotiations on a contract extension beyond 2019....More
Following its recent national election, Taiwan will soon welcome a new presidential administration. Listen to the USMEF weekly audio report to hear how new administration will impact U.S. meat trade....More
Antibiotic use on U.S. livestock farms is going to change due consumer perceptions of mis- or overuse, as well as because of the continued growth of antibiotic resistance.
How did we get to this point, and where do we go from here? Will livestock producers have to say goodbye to all antibiotics in their operations? The short answer is, no. Animal health experts agree that complete removal of antibiotics would create negative animal welfare issues.
Nearly 300 National Pork Industry Forum delegates, pig farmers and U.S. pork industry staff gathered to learn more about the upcoming regulatory changes, legislation and leading industry issues that will shape the future of the pork business.