I think first and foremost, being a part of the Secure Pork Supply plan is a huge part of that because it outlines a lot of the different things producers can do, including having a herd veterinary relationship or relationship with a state veterinarian and also incorporating enhanced bio-security into their day to day operations.
by Derrick Sleezer, International Marketing Committee Vice Chair I recently returned home from the National Pork Board’s International Marketing Committee Asia Mission that included stops in Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Macau. As my first trip to Asia, I really had no idea what to expect. Before the trade mission, I fully understood that the […]
by Glenn Stolt, President and CEO, Christensen Farms I recently participated in the National Pork Board’s International Marketing Committee ten-day immersion mission to Asia. While in Hong Kong we met with forty of their largest importers—the people that decide whether our U.S. pork and pork products are the ones that will be sold in retail […]
by Craig Morris, Ph.D., Vice President of International Marketing Last week, the Pork Checkoff Board of Directors met in Seattle, Washington. As part of the meeting, we visited the Port of Seattle, which, incidentally, is the third largest gateway port for U.S. pork and pork products. We watched massive ships get loaded with brightly colored […]
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, […]