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Progress Reported on Several Trade Fronts
Ethanol Grains Livestock

Progress Reported on Several Trade Fronts

There is trade talk movement on several fronts right now: China President Trump is reiterating that progress is being made...
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Denver Processing LLC Recalls Raw Pork and Beef Products
Livestock

Denver Processing LLC Recalls Raw Pork and Beef Products

Denver Processing LLC, a Denver, Colo., establishment, is recalling approximately 13,865 pounds of raw pork and beef products that were...
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Hormel Lawsuit Reveals What 'Natural' Meat Really Means
Livestock

Hormel Lawsuit Reveals What 'Natural' Meat Really Means

Consumers want “natural” meat—and the biggest meat companies want to sell it to them. American shoppers are reaching for healthier,...
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Perdue Answers Buzz on Hemp in Animal Feed
Livestock

Perdue Answers Buzz on Hemp in Animal Feed

From fiber and oil to clothing and makeup, hemp products are hot. And now some are exploring whether hemp could...
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U.S. Pork Industry at the Tip of the Spear
Livestock

U.S. Pork Industry at the Tip of the Spear

Trade issues with China can’t be resolved fast enough, said Dave Herring, North Carolina pork producer and president of the...
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Canada Implements New Rules for Feed Imports to Mitigate ASF Risk
Grains Livestock

Canada Implements New Rules for Feed Imports to Mitigate ASF Risk

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) released new import requirements for unprocessed grains and oilseeds, as well as associated meals...
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Japan Vaccinates Wild Boars; Classical Swine Fever Outbreaks Continue
Livestock

Japan Vaccinates Wild Boars; Classical Swine Fever Outbreaks Continue

Aichi Prefectural Government officials began vaccinating wild boars on Sunday in an effort to prevent the spread of Classical swine...
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China's Pork Imports to Double in 2019, Rabobank Analyst Predicts
Livestock

China's Pork Imports to Double in 2019, Rabobank Analyst Predicts

China’s pork imports are set to double from last year to 2 million metric tons in 2019, a Rabobank analyst...
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