Pork Checkoff Archives - Page 3 of 12 - Pork Checkoff

Pork Checkoff Research

Research is at the heart of the National Pork Board’s mission and is funded by your Pork Checkoff dollars. Research is administered in all areas of pork production, processing, and human nutrition to develop a higher quality and more profitable product in the competitive meat protein market.

Contribute to Pork Research

Learn more about how you can help advance the pork industry through ongoing research.

Human Nutrition
Influence of Fresh and Lean Pork Consumption on Diet Quality and Functional Limitations Among American Older Adults, 1999-2016
The two objectives of the project are to (1) assess the influence of fresh and lean pork consumption on diet quality among U.S. adults 18 years and older and (2) functional limitations in U.S. older...
Human Nutrition
Determination of DIAAS and PDCAAS for Pork Burger, Plant-Based Burgers, and the Combined Meal of Burger Bun and Burgers
Plant-based meat is available in human nutrition and has become more popular. Therefore, there has been an interest in the development of plant-based alternative proteins such as plant-based burgers....
Human Nutrition
A Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Pork Meat and Non-Meat Alternative Patties
The purpose of the industry summary is to provide producers with a quick reference to research results supported by Checkoff dollars. This summary is intended for non-technical audiences. Increasing...
Swine Health - PRRS
Assessing Within-herd PRRS Variability and Its Impact on Production Parameters
The objective of this study was to describe porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) variability within farms using farms of different demographic types (breeding and growing pig...
Swine Health - General Disease
Optimization and Viability of Lung Homogenate for Successful Mycoplasma Hyopneumoniae Exposure in Gilts During Acclimation
Gilt acclimation has become a common practice in the United States swine industry to control Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infections. The goal of gilt acclimation is to achieve uniform exposure of gilts...
Animal Well-being
Validation and Demonstration of Utilizing High Expansion Nitrogen Foam for Large Scale Depopulation of Swine
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) defines depopulation as “the rapid destruction of a population of animals in response to urgent circumstances with as much consideration given...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Low Cost Mobile CO2 Vaporizer System Prototype – 2020
Currently there is a lack of mobile, low-cost vaporizer systems readily available to provide CO2 gas for large scale depopulation at swine operations. To better utilize CO2 for depopulation, there is...
Pork Industry Productivity Benchmark Report – Data from 2017-2021

The goal of this production analysis is to aid the pork industry in improving efficiency. This is done through an analysis of anonymous production data using a standardized set of business logic and calculation algorithms which follows the industry to identify areas of opportunity and focus, production trends, and a basis for comparison.

Swine Health - PRRS
Evaluation of Air Filters as a Novel Surveillance Method to Assess Spread of Airborne PRRS Viruses
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) and influenza A virus (IAV) are two major respiratory pathogens of pigs that can be transmitted through the air. In this study, we...
Pork Quality
Evaluating Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) as a Real-Time Method for Classifying Pork Quality in Bacon and Fresh Pork Bellies
Rapid evaporative ionization mass spectrometry (REIMS) is a novel, in-situ analysis technology that measures the metabolomic profile in real time. The objective of this study was to evaluate REIMS as...
Sort and Filter
  • Sort and Filter By

  • Category

  • Institution

  • Funded By