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Good Pork at Lower Temp

Pork at 145 degrees Fahrenheit The USDA issued new pork cooking guidelines that allow for pork to be cooked at a lower temperature that has traditionally been done in the past. The new recommended temperature is 15 degrees less than previously recommended, resulting in pork being pinker than most cooks are accustomed to.
"Our consumer research has consistently shown that Americans have a tendency to overcook common cuts of pork, resulting in a less-than-optimal eating experience," said Dianne Bettin, a pork producer from Truman, Minn., and chair of the Checkoff's Domestic Marketing Committee. "The new guidelines will help consumers enjoy pork at its most flavorful, juicy - and safe - temperature."

Dr. Lisa Becton - Pork Forum Report


Pork Forum Report - Dr. Lisa Becton, Director of Swine Health Information & Research, National Pork Board, from the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, April 11 - 14, San Antonio, TX USA.

Dr. Lisa Becton - Pork Industry Carbon Footprint


Pork Industry Carbon Footprint - Dr. Lisa Becton, Director of Swine Health Information & Research, National Pork Board, from the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, April 11 - 14, San Antonio, TX USA.

Dr. Jeremy Pittman - Swine Dysentery Re-emergence


Swine Dysentery Re-emergence - Dr. Jeremy Pittman, Staff Veterinarian, Murphy-Brown, LLC, from the 2011 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, April 11 - 14, San Antonio, TX USA.

How is Iowa's Pork Industry?

Iowa's pork industry is at a crossroads.  Additional themes include new pricing levels of feed grains, regulatory revision and the impact of legislative and marketing changes.  Will producers respond to today's pricing prompts with expansion (remember those empty barns down the road)?  Or elect to go niche with local and immediate customer transactions for maximum profitability? These presentations from the 2011 Iowa Pork Congress helps provide perspectives and insights.

Brett Stuart - Global Pork Market Trends | SwineCast

 

Brett Stuart - Global AgriTrends, helps clarify the global pork market trends, from the Swine Forecast 2011 webinar, December 1, 2010.

Brett's watch list: The Great Russian Experiment : Continued delistings?; The Great China Experiment: Pork self-sufficiency and industrialization plan; U.S. economy remains weak – likely prolonged; Mexico trucking dispute – carousel retaliation now on pork; and High Grain PAIN!

AMC 0049 - Charles Wildman, Ohio Pork Producer, on why farmers need to be using social media tools.

Charles Wildman ( @standingoaks), as an Ohio pork producer and crop farmer, offers straight forward suggestions on utilizing social media tools in agriculture and why it is important to do so. This conversation is from the 2010 AgChat Foundation Agvocacy 2.0 Training, August 30-31, Chicago, IL, USA.
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