One-Stop Shop for NPPC Resources During the NAFB Convention and Trade Talk
The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) leadership and subject matter experts will be attending the 80th National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) Convention to partake in the annual Trade Talk. This event connects agriculture broadcasters, industry leaders and students to discuss key issues and topics impacting U.S. farmers and producers.
Farm broadcasters are a trusted source, provide an invaluable service and are a vital tool for communication with the agricultural community as they continue to tell the story of the industry – the who, what, how and where of America’s food, fiber and fuel system.
NPPC leadership and subject matter experts will be speaking up about the latest policy priorities on animal welfare, commerce and production, environment and energy and trade.
NPPC advocates for the social, environmental and economic sustainability of U.S. pork producers and their partners by supporting reasonable public policies that expand access to global operations and don’t unnecessarily restrict operations.Learn More
Myth vs. Fact
Most Americans have never been on a farm, which is why opinions on pork production may be based on outdated or inaccurate information. By understanding a few basic facts, more people will appreciate the important role pork production plays in providing consumers with healthy and affordable food.Learn More
NPPC Policy Priorities
Economic Update | Q4 2023
The Farm Bill | Protect the U.S. Food Supply
The 2023 Farm Bill must prioritize securing the U.S. food supply and expanding economic opportunity.
Trade | Expand and Develop Market Access
An active trade agenda helps U.S. pork producers and our economy.
California Proposition 12 | Support Legislative Solution
NPPC advocates for a farm bill that preempts California Proposition 12.
Labor | Strengthen the H-2A Visa Program
Visa system reform to provide year-round labor is critical for agriculture.