The African swine fever (ASF) outbreak in China and many other countries around the world is wreaking havoc on the international pork industry.
U.S. and state government leaders are working with public health officials to respond to a global outbreak of respiratory illnesses caused by a new coronavirus.
Please join us for our Fifty-First Virginia Pork Industry Conference on March 12, 2020 at Central High School Complex Cultural & Educational Center.
The Council is a Virginia Nonstock Corporation which is organized to better the conditions of those engaged in the production of pork and porcino animals. The Virginia Pork Council seeks to improve the quality of pork products produced, and to develop a higher degree of efficiency in the production of pork and porcine animals within the Commonwealth of Virginia.
We cooperate with other organizations, agencies, and other groups who also want to improve the pork industry within the Commonwealth of Virginia. Through youth oriented activities, sales, and shows the Virginia Pork Council is able to provide its members with expertise in the many aspects of pork production. The Virginia Pork Council also seeks to educate the general public about the pork industry in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Sustainability has become a hot topic in the last few years. But for pig farmers, being environmentally sustainable is nothing new. See how pig farmers protect the environment.