Small Farms Resources at NC A&T State University

Porcine research funding proposals due May 21

calendar_iconThe National Pork Board has set 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 19, as the deadline for research proposals built around innovations for helping pork producers comply with animal welfare, swine health or pre-harvest safety standards; or research which decreases producer feed costs or the environmental impacts of swine production. The National Pork Board is also supportive of a White House plan to nearly double the amount of federal funding for research into antibiotic resistant bacteria.

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