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MORE pork was exported last year than at any time since 2000, just before the start of the last outbreak of foot and mouth disease.
On busy days, there's nothing like coming home to the aroma of a fully prepared home-cooked meal.
In this March 3, 2014 photo two sows push up against another entering an electronic feeding stall, center, at Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks, Ind.
The pork industry is reacting to consumer pressure by investing millions of dollars to give pregnant pigs room to move.
A new virus in piglets could cause a significant shortage of pork and record highs in pork prices this year.
Controversial sow stalls are one step closer to being eliminated from Manitoba pig barns after the enactment of a new national code of practice for Canada's hog industry.
The April contract for lean hogs rose 0.6 cents, or 0.5 percent, to $1.13 a pound on Friday.
By most measures, David Kesten's hens are living the good life. "They can act like chickens, they can run around," says Kesten, who's raising hens in an old wooden shed in the open countryside near Concordia, Mo.
Pupils aged between three and 11 at Brinsworth Manor Infant and Junior Schools in Rotherham - which Ofsted identifies as having only a small number of pupils from minority ethnic groups - will no longer be able to enjoy sausages, bacon or ham.
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On Cooking School, Martha removed the silver skin from the tenderloin and cut the pork into 3/4-inch thick slices, then pounded them to 1/4-inch thick.
How LBJ passed the '64 Civil Rights Act-by lying, schmoozing, charming, and threatening-is dramatized in the new Broadway play, starring Bryan Cranston.
John Torode is now one of this country's most popular celebrity chefs. Only last week he launched his new cookery programme Australia.
The wedge salad doesn't have many moving parts. There's your wedge of iceberg lettuce, your blue cheese dressing, your bacon, a smattering of tomatoes.