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China is Just Part of the Demand Story Sparking a Surge in Pork Prices

Although the rising price of U.S. hogs is impacted by the African swine fever setbacks China is experiencing in their hog herd, experts say it’s not the primary driver why prices are soaring in the U.S.

What Technology Would Catch Your Eye If You Won the Lottery?

The latest Drovers Pulse Poll found calf care would take the top priority if cost wasn’t an issue.

Grazing in Harmony

Montana ranchers embrace holistic management to improve the natural resource.

Grandin, Mitloehner Serve Up Facts About Animal Ag and Greenhouse Gases

How can livestock production be a part of the solution? Temple Grandin and Frank Mitloehner discussed strides in sustainability and the future at the Online Top Producer Summit and Trust in Food Symposium.

Pilgrim’s Pride Agrees To Price-Fixing Fine

Pilgrim's Pride, the nation's second-largest poultry processor, entered a guilty plea to federal charges of price-fixing and bid-rigging, the Department of Justice said on Tuesday.

Pilgrim's Pride pleads guilty to chicken price-fixing.
Pilgrim's Pride Pleads Guilty toPrice-Fixing Charge, to Pay $107.9 Million Fine

Pilgrim's Pride Corp pleaded guilty and was sentenced to pay a $107.9 million fine on Tuesday to settle federal charges it conspired to fix chicken prices and passed on the costs to consumers and other purchasers.

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Profit Tracker: Cattle Steady, Hog Margins Solid

Cattle feeding margins were little changed from the previous week with modest profits. Hog feeding margins were boosted for a third week with another advance in lean carcass prices.

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Study compares consumption of beef to plant-based alternatives

Consumers who prefer beef over plant-based protein alternatives said they are willing to pay nearly two dollars more per meal for a burger when dining at a restaurant, according to a study from Kansas State University.

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