The year has not gone as anticipated for the global hog industry as herd health challenges, higher feed costs and demand uncertainty due to ongoing COVID disruptions have pressured margins and slowed industry growth, according to the latest Rabobank “Pork Quarterly Q2 2021.” Growing regulatory burdens and higher labor costs in the U.S., the Philippines, and Europe add further uncertainty to the situation, the firm noted.
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