National Pork Board
Today’s pork checkoff is at work for producers. U.S. pork producers and importers pay $0.40 for every $100 of value when pigs are sold and when pigs or pork products are brought into the United States.
A Partnership for the Management of Nutrients and Protection of Water Quality
Indiana Farm Bureau, Indiana Pork, Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Corn Marketing Council, Indiana Corn Growers Association, Indiana Dairy Producers, Indiana Beef Cattle Association, Indiana State Poultry Association, the Agribusiness Council of Indiana, and Purdue Extension.
#RealPigFarming unites pig farmers, academics, youth, veterinarians and allied industry members to discuss how modern pork production really works. Focusing on five main components of pork production in Indiana. WE CARE about the environment, food safety, health, community and animal care.
Who We Are
Promote. Communicate. Protect.
Since our establishment in 1953 we have been committed to Indiana’s pork farmers and their families. During the first year of our non-profit formation, a few hundred farmers committed themselves to promoting their product. Today there are more than 3,000 farmers in our association.
Our promise to Indiana’s pork farmers is simple. We will promote the pork product to consumers. We will be a communication source for vital industry information affecting our members and their businesses. We will be a voice in addressing public perceptions surrounding the pork industry. We will responsibly advance pork business opportunities for Indiana pork farmers.
Farming has changed over the years, but our commitment has not. We see an undeniable importance in investing in the future and present members of Indiana Pork. We pride ourselves on having absolute integrity to consumers and farmers alike. Accountable partnerships with our farmers is the nature of our business, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.