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Bouncing back after one of the worst years ever for pork producers

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The immediate past president of the National Pork Board says she’s optimistic about the upcoming year despite a tumultuous 2023. 

This past year will go down as pork producers’ worst year on record.  But, Heather Hill of Indiana says unlike in 1998 pork producers were able to better weather the economic storm. “A big difference, is things are already kind of starting to turn around,” she says. “In addition, the tools available for risk management are so much greater today than they were in 1998.

Bouncing back after one of the worst years ever for pork producers