Recent Stories by Jennifer Shike
Feb 06, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
To explore innovative solutions to the challenges facing the global food supply chain today, ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE) returns May 17–19, 2020, in Lexington, Ky.
Feb 04, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
How do you respond to misinformation and attacks on animal agriculture? And how do you respond when those attacks are targeted at you?
Jan 30, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
Beyond Meat products are getting booted off the menu at Tim Hortons in Canada.
Jan 20, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
Residents in The Woodlands Township, located near Houston, Texas, are getting serious about feral hog removal in their neighborhood.
Jan 16, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
Beyond Meat slumped as much as 9.4% in Wednesday trading after an analyst downgraded the stock for its fading growth potential in the U.S.
Jan 15, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
Hay tainted by a toxic beetle is blamed for the deaths of at least 13 horses and illnesses to dozens of others on a Wisconsin ranch.
Jan 09, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
Impossible Foods is determined to replace animals in the global food system by 2035. Farm Journal news director, John Herath, caught up with Impossible Foods' head of culinary at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Jan 08, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
Make your barn an irresistible place to work.
Jan 06, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
On Sunday, 60 Minutes aired an episode questioning antibiotic use in the livestock industry and singled out the pork industry. The report failed to include critical information about modern pig farming, NPPC says.
Jan 03, 2020 by Jennifer Shike
It's not just soybeans, but livestock, that could benefit from the new trade deal with China.
Dec 17, 2019 by Jennifer Shike
The North American Meat Institute says there are many falsehoods and mischaracterizations in NBC’s recent report on pork inspection in the U.S.
Dec 12, 2019 by Jennifer Shike
A federal judge prevented Arkansas from enforcing a law that bans using terms such as "burger" or "sausage" to sell vegetarian and vegan products.
Dec 01, 2019 by Jennifer Shike
Research shows that humans are not as good at selecting employees as they think. With the high costs of poor performance and turnover, it’s important to get the right people in the right job.