Fact-finding Mission Focuses on Asian Export Opportunities

By Kevin Waetke From learning more about U.S. pork promotions to seeing firsthand how consumers shop the super- market aisles, the Pork Checkoff’s recent trade mission to Japan and China focused on new and expanded export opportunities for America’s pig farmers. Pork producer leaders Terry O’Neel, Friend, Nebraska; Steve Rommereim, Alcester, South Dakota; and Brett Kaysen, Nunn, […]

Welcome to the New pork.org

“The overarching goal is to provide a single source of information at pork.org for all pork website users and to give them an outstanding user experience.” – Kevin Waetke, Pork Checkoff Finding information about all things pork recently got easier. In early December, the National Pork Board launched its new website, consolidating more than 20 […]

“Hick Hop” Innovator Cowboy Troy Celebrates Pork Chops

By Claire Masker Nothing gets your toes tapping better than a song about food. You may have had your Cheeseburger in Paradise, with American Pie for dessert and washed it down with a Piña Colada, but the pork chop has been missing. Until now. Recording artist Cowboy Troy recently introduced a new song titled Porkchop. […]

Pork Profit Maximizer, Dec. 11, 2017

Foodservice Edition Highlights: Hog slaughter up 3.6% for the week and combined with higher weights pork production is running 4% above year ago levels. Increase in pork supplies continues to keep ham prices under pressure. Seasonally ham prices find a bottom at the end of December. Pork belly demand has increased sharply following a 20% […]