New Report: Pork Industry Makes Gains in Sustainability
September 15, 2020
As America's pig farmers continue to fight back from the negative impact of COVID-19 and the ups and downs of markets and bad weather, a new study released by the National Pork Board, Production Analysis Summary for U.S. Pork Industry: 2017-2019, shows that America's pig farmers continue to make strides in overall sustainability by being more efficient every day.Read Full Release See All News Releases
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