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Leaders of the National Pork Board, United Soybean Board and National Corn Growers Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to coordinate research that will benefit all three organizations.

Scientists' recent findings that consumers are routinely happy with larger cuts — and the resulting tenderness profiles — is good news for pork producers.

According to a University of Illinois study, cooking temperature is all that matters when it comes to the flavor, tenderness and juiciness of pork.

U.S. pork producers have lost $2.2 billion since March 1, due to events leading up to and following China’s 25 percent punitive tariffs.

The Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania are adding different types of farm operations to their June bus tour.

Farmers are being used as a pawn in the global chess game between the U.S. and China, as the threat of tariffs on pork and soybeans loom.

U.S. pork and pork variety meat exports totaled 5.399 billion pounds valued at $6.486 billion, up 6 percent and 9 percent respectively from 2016.

Electronic sow feeding systems have been able to monitor individual intake of gilts and sows housed together and could eventually improve feed efficiency.

The National Pork Board is creating a Secure Pork Supply plan to help America's pig farmers respond quickly and successfully to major threats.

Cultured meat is being produced in a laboratory through cell replication, grown in vats much like the equipment used in breweries.
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