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Ann Reus, Feed Strategy senior reporter, covers offbeat animal feed-related news and other topics.
Investment in rural internet could be a boon for business
The U.S. is set to invest more than $400 million to provide high-speed internet for 31,000 rural residents and businesses in 11 states.
Four tips for choosing top-performing protein ingredients
Learn the importance speed plays in protein digestion and why it's the secret behind top-performing proteins that improve feed efficiency and farm profits. Brand Insights from Hamlet Protein.
USDA faces staffing shortages – just like everyone else
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says USDA has 5,300 fewer people working at it than it did five years ago.
Could a pig translator improve animal welfare?
Researchers have developed an algorithm that can classify pig calls based on the animal’s emotions.
Study: Trees flourish amid ASF outbreak in wild boar
Researchers find a connection between fewer boars during an ASF outbreak and more trees in the surrounding forest.
How is the feed industry affected by Washington?
Leah Wilkinson, vice president of public policy and education at the American Feed Industry Association, says there’s a lot going on in the nation’s capitol that affects the industry.
What did COVID-19 teach us about the food supply chain?
A new review summarizes the pandemic-driven events that affected the food supply chain – particularly animal protein.
Shakira learns wild boar a problem ‘Whenever, Wherever’
Pop star posts on Instagram about being ‘attacked’ by wild pigs in Barcelona, showing the widespread problem of the porcine pests
Ag industry leaders push for COVID-19 vaccinations
Thirty American agriculture industry associations have signed an open letter addressed to their members urging them to get vaccinated against COVID-19 if they have not already done so.
Bait and switch: Can contraceptives manage feral pigs?
In Texas, a new hog contraceptive is being used to manage the feral pig population.
Cargill CEO: Sustainability, regenerative ag are the future
Sustainability and regenerative agriculture practices are crucial to the future of the world’s food supply, according to Cargill CEO David MacLennan.
Vaccine hesitancy? Not among pork producers, NPPC says
Vaccine hesitancy among the rural population in the U.S. is something you may have heard a lot about, but the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) said many of its members are getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Did ASF contribute to COVID-19?
A recent analysis suggests the pork shortage in China caused by African swine fever contributed to the spillover of COVID-19 from animals to humans as people sought out alternative sources of protein.
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