Pork Checkoff Vice President of Domestic Marketing Jarrod Sutton outlines the latest efforts with Subway. New pork sandwiches are being featured for a limited time. Sutton also emphasizes the importance of bacon to the foodservice sector.
In this edition of Pork Pod, National Pork Checkoff CEO Bill Even reviews a variety of issues, including the current hog market situation. Even also highlights the Pork Checkoff investment in international market development and the current partnership with Google.
A variety of negative factors are influencing the hog market. Kerns and Associates economist Steve Meyer offers insight into the dynamics at play in the hog trade, which includes large swine inventories, trade disruptions and competition from other proteins. Learn more in this edition of Pork Pod.
Jonesboro, Arkansas pig farmer David Newman is the vice president of the 15-member National Pork Board. In this edition of Pork Pod, hear David’s thoughts on the Pork Checkoff priorities and the wise, efficient use of the farmers’ investment.
National Pork Board Director of Swine Health programs, Dr. Patrick Webb, is featured in this edition of Pork Pod. We learn about the importance of business continuity, especially if a foreign animal disease like classical African swine fever or Foot and Mouth Disease is identified. New digital tools are on the horizon and you’ll learn more about that in this update.
The 2018 class of the #RealPigFarming Student Socials Forces team has been announced. National Pork Board Communications Director Claire Masker is featured in this edition of Pork Pod with more details on this Pork Checkoff program.
South Korea is a bright spot in the pork export situation, but the difficult trade environment with China has offset those gains. National Pork Board vice president of international marketing Craig Morris offers insight into the latest export figures and opportunities for growth.
“Wow” was how one analyst described the latest USDA Hogs and Pigs Report. The Pork Checkoff hosted a media call with analysts Steve Meyer, Joe Kerns, Lee Schulz and Ron Plain. In this edition of Pork Pod, get their perspective on the numbers and its impact on the hog market.
Leia Flure is a registered dietician who has a unique background. After participating in a tour to a hog farm, her views about pig farming changed. Flure highlights those misconceptions in this issue of Pork Pod.
The Pork Checkoff, U.S. Meat Export Federation and Soybean Checkoff are working together to build markets in South Korea and they’re doing it with the taste of American BBQ. Craig Morris, who is the vice president of international marketing for the National Pork Board, highlights this unique effort and the trade opportunities in Southeast Asia.