DES MOINES, Iowa — The pork industry continues to wait on a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court regarding California’s Proposition 12 law.
Make time and come connect with others in the industry at the 54th Annual South Dakota Pork Congress! It will be held Jan. 11 and 12 at the Ra…
After a hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Iowa Pork Congress returns to the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines Jan. 26-27.
The 2022 Iowa Pork Congress will be held Jan. 26 and 27 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.
The South Dakota Pork Producers Council elected Shane Odegaard, a pork producer from Lake Preston to serve as president.
Here are some of the educational opportunities for attendees of South Dakota Pork Congress this week.
Midwest pig farmers who attend the 2020 Iowa Pork Congress in Des Moines Jan. 22-23 will find a variety of educational seminar and training op…
Garret Gross of Sioux Falls celebrates family farmers by telling their stories, and by helping to organize an event to support all things local.
The Paul Brandt Family of Clear Lake, South Dakota will be honored by the South Dakota Pork Producers Council with the 2019 Family of the Year…
Here's the schedule for this week's South Dakota Pork Producers Council in Sioux Falls.
Come in out of the cold and join us at the South Dakota Pork Producers 51st annual Pork Congress! We are celebrating 51 years of progress in t…
If you are a swine transporter, producer or handler you have very likely heard about the Transport Quality Assurance program. A TQA certification class will be held in the Ramkota Hotel Amphitheater II Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 10:30 a.m.
Members of the South Dakota Pork Producers Council are preparing to celebrate the 50th year of Pork Congress Jan. 9 and 10 at the Ramkota Exhi…
Come in out of the cold and join us at the South Dakota Pork Producers’ 50th Annual Pork Congress! We are celebrating 50 years of progress in …
MINNEAPOLIS – Pig farmers and pork industry stakeholders have an opportunity to network at the 2018 Minnesota Pork Congress and trade show hel…
MINNEAPOLIS – Whether it’s a house or a hog barn, an old furnace can make it too warm before it shuts off, and then make it too cold before it turns on again.
Livestock producers are learning to get along without using antibiotics for animal growth and feed efficiency after the Veterinary Feed Directive took effect with the new year.
The pork industry has a friend at the head of South Dakota’s land grant university.
When it comes to barbecue at the Backyard Grill, pork is king. The restaurant in Brookings and Sioux Falls has a quality supply at its fingertips.
The Brad and Peggy Greenway Family of Mitchell was honored by the South Dakota Pork Producers Council with the 2016 Family of the Year Award at the Master Pork Producers Banquet on Wednesday, Jan. 11.
South Dakota State University’s Dr. Bob Thaler has done much for the South Dakota swine industry and teaching the next generation. His work was recognized with the Friend of the Industry Award during the Master Pork Producers Banquet on Jan. 11.
Two animal science majors from South Dakota State University will serve as pork ambassadors for 2017.
From giving tours of their hog barns to grilling up tasty loins, Matt and Karen Moeller of Wessington, S.D., do what they can to promote the pork industry.
Come in out of the cold and join us at the South Dakota Pork Producers annual Pork Congress.
Producers can take advantage of several educational opportunities held both days of the South Dakota Pork Congress.