Pork producers are concerned about more than just raising their pigs. Federal farm policy, immigration, product labeling and funding for agricultural programs are among the issues that affect the ability of producers to provide safe, nutritious pork to domestic and … Read more »
- Agriculture & Industry
- Animal Health & Food Safety
- Environment & Energy
- International Trade
- Policy Resolutions
The health and welfare of animals is a key concern of pork producers. NPPC advocates science-based approaches to swine health and production. Healthy animals make safe food, and animal agriculture must continue to develop new methods to provide a safe, … Read more »
Pork producers are dedicated to protecting the land, water and air that they live on, drink and breathe; they share the concerns of all citizens for the nation’s natural resources. Producers are subject to a host of federal and state … Read more »
Exports add significantly to the bottom line of each U.S. pork producer. U.S. exports of pork and pork products totaled 2.26 million metric tons in 2011, representing about 27 percent of production and adding almost $56 to the value for each hog … Read more »
The National Pork Producers Council holds an Annual Meeting of the Delegates to consider proposed resolutions and any amendments to the National Pork Producers Council Bylaws and to transact other business of the National Pork Producers Council.
Pork Daily News
- NPPC Wants Elimination Of Gate Price In TPP
WNAX - August 18, 2014
- GOP rep: ‘Dangerous’ EPA rule could increase food costs
The Hill - August 18, 2014
- Russia’s Pork Import Ban: What’s the Global Impact?
National Hog Farmer - August 18, 2014
- Should We Meet Consumer Desires, Or Educate Them?
Beef Daily – August 14, 2014