Pork Checkoff Report – Winter 2013
Check out the latest edition of the Pork Checkoff Report. Producers Focus on Progress - Checkoff-funded solutions lead to continuous improvement.
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2014 Internship Program
The National Pork Board is seeking candidates to apply for our 2014 internship program. To learn about these exciting opportunities, please see the descriptions below. The Pork Board is funded through a market checkoff collection on sales of market swine in the United States. We are charged with effectively serving U.S. pork producers through the development of educational programs, coordination of research projects, and increasing the demand for pork meat in domestic and international markets.
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Pork Checkoff Report Special Edition
Check out the latest edition of the Pork Checkoff Special Editon Report.
Putting Checkoff Research to Work - Influenza Virus Surveillance Provides Answers and Guidance
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National Food Service Marketing Manager
The National Pork Board is looking for a dynamic person to serve as a National Foodservice Marketing Manager. This position is primarily responsible for marketing activities within the food service channel that result in a positive and consistent pork eating experience for consumers, more pork dishes on more menus domestically, and elevated positioning for pork among culinary experts.
Director of Food Chain Coordination
The National Pork Board seeks a dynamic person to become director of food chain coordination. This professional will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of pork industry messages and programs through allied food chain partners and stakeholders to critical consumer and food chain audiences.
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Professional Swine Manager (PSM) Education Program
Ready to take the next steps up the career ladder? The Pork Checkoff has created the new Professional Swine Manager (PSM) education program to help jump-start the process. This comprehensive work-study program focusing on modern pork production will help prepare you to manage a sow farm, grow-finish units or departments within each type of production system. Courses emphasize the science and knowledge that will position you for promotions and allow you to make better decisions as a production manager.
To learn more about becoming a professional swine manager, go to www.pork.org/PSM.