THE pork industry has largely overcome the impacts of the 2014 porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) outbreak, Purdue University agricultural economist Christ Hurt said in a recent report.
"Pork producers have been disciplined in limiting expansion after record 2014 profits. As a result, pork supplies should be only modestly higher in 2016 and provide prices that cover all costs of production," he said. "However, there are some concerns for the lo
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