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2014 Swine Education In-Service NPPC Update October 1, 2014. Parts of NPPC. SIP Investors Pork Alliance/Partners and members Packer/Processor Industry Council (PPIC). NPPC Board of Directors. No fewer than 15 or more than 18 members, 14 to 17 voting, and 1 non-voting member representing:

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2014 swine education in service nppc update october 1 2014

2014 Swine Education In-Service

NPPC Update

October 1, 2014


Parts of nppc
Parts of NPPC

  • SIP Investors

  • Pork Alliance/Partners and members

  • Packer/Processor Industry Council (PPIC)


Nppc board of directors
NPPC Board of Directors

No fewer than 15 or more than 18 members, 14 to 17 voting, and 1 non-voting member representing:

  • 8 Pork Producers

  • 1 Allied Industry

  • 1 Packer-Processor

  • 2 Directors elected “at large”

  • Immediate Past President

  • 1 Representing Individual Member Council

  • President, President elect, Vice President


Key components of nppc
Key Components of NPPC

  • State Organizations

  • Delegate Body

  • NPPC Board

  • Committee’s


Nppc funding strategic investment program sip

NPPC Funding, Strategic Investment Program (SIP)

100% Voluntary

Estimated 67% of all pork produced in US represented



To join nppc
To join NPPC….

  • Producer, deduction at packer/processor. Direct Remit to NPPC.

  • Contract Producer, .001% of contract value annually

  • Employees, Interested parties, $100.00 annual dues.



Top five accomplishments
Top Five Accomplishments together on your behalf

  • Exemption from DOT hours of service

  • Delayed WOTUS Comment Period

  • Fighting for 0 Tariffs for TTP

  • Defeated HSUS in six state legislatures

  • Channel Outreach with largest 51 retail/foodservice companies (with National Pork Board)


Issues update
Issues Update together on your behalf

  • Legislative & Regulatory

  • Trade Policy

  • Protecting Your Livelihood


Legislative regulatory
Legislative & Regulatory together on your behalf

  • Farm Bill: Pork Issues

    • Egg Amendment Out

    • Catastrophic Event Program Study In

    • No MCOOL Repeal or Fix

    • No King Interstate Commerce Amendment


Legislative regulatory1
Legislative & Regulatory together on your behalf

  • EPA – Waters Of The U.S. Rule

  • Proposed rule is too Vague NPPC supports pulling the rule

  • If rule is enacted…could have catastrophe effect on agriculture


Waters of the us
Waters of the US together on your behalf

  • NPPC/American Farm Bureau and other ag parties form coalition to fight off the rule.

  • Completed a mapping system to show and exhibit the impacts.

  • Comment period open until October 21, 2014


Wotus
WOTUS together on your behalf

Maps for 17 States

tinyurl.com/EPAWaters


Website be patient large files
Website, be patient, large files together on your behalf

  • http://tinyurl.com/EPAWATERS



Area between Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. It shows the same view that was represented in the blue, medium resolution, map, while also including the 100 year flood plain where mapped by FEMA


And this is what it looks like when we go to the higher resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.


MISSOURI resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.


Legislative regulatory2
Legislative & Regulatory resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) and porcine deltacoronavirus (PDCoV)

  • NPPC Instrumental in securing 26 million from USDA for PEDv research and producer support


Legislative regulatory3
Legislative & Regulatory resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • NPPC will continue to work aggressively with USDA

  • How do we prepare for the next disease?


Legislative regulatory4
Legislative & Regulatory resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Trucking Regulations – exemption for 1 year

  • Immigration Reform

    • No major reform before the upcoming 2014 elections


Activist agenda
Activist agenda…. resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Environmental justice..Activists challenges in North Carolina and Virginia…state regulatory are inadequate and have undo impact on Latino, African Americans, and Native Americans.

  • Environment and Social Activists working together.


Pork export growth continues
Pork Export Growth Continues resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • $573.5 million in value for July

    • 14% higher than July 2013

    • Value up 16% for first seven months of 2014

  • 173,270 metric tons (382 million pounds)

    • 3% less than last July

    • Volume up 7% year-to-date

      (USDA statistics compiled by USMEF for July 2014)

      (All totals include muscle cuts and variety meat)


Measuring pork export value
Measuring Pork Export Value resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Exports accounted for 27% of total U.S. pork production in July, 28% year-to-date

    • No change from last July

    • Up from 26% in first seven months of 2013

  • Export value of $67.81 per head in July, $65.45 year-to-date

    • Fifth consecutive month above $60

    • Up $12.46 from July 2013

    • Up $11.46 year-to-date

      (Export production % includes variety meat)


U s pork exports 2014 vs 2013 including variety meat volume metric tons
U.S. Pork Exports 2014 vs. 2013 resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.(Including variety meat)Volume: Metric Tons


Trans pacific partnership tpp
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Japan pushing hard to exclude some ag products from 0 tariffs

  • NPPC does not support Japan in the TPP if they don’t agree to lift tariffs.


Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.


Trans atlantic trade and investment partnership ttip
Trans Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Proposed trade agreement between the US and the EU.

  • Many questions remain about agricultural products.

  • Slow progress and will require patience.


A comprehensive approach
A Comprehensive Approach resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Legislation

  • Regulation

  • Communication

  • We Care

  • Principles

  • Practices

  • Proof

  • Humane Watch

  • Protect the Harvest

  • NPPC

  • Chain Outreach


Protecting your livelihood
Protecting Your Livelihood resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Marketplace engagement

    • Joint effort NPB & NPPC

    • 51 largest retail and foodservice companies

    • Over 100 company meetings

    • Share information about production practices and build relationships


The topics
The Topics…. resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Sow Housing

  • Antibiotics

  • Beta-agonists

  • Euthanasia

  • Pain management

    • Tail docking

    • Castration


Protecting your livelihood purchased company shares
Protecting Your Livelihood, Purchased company shares. resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Retail – Walmart, Kroger, Costco, Safeway, Supervalu, Ahold & Delahaize

  • Foodservice – McDonald’s, BK, Wendy’s, Brinker, Darden, Chipotle, Yum, Dominos, Sonic, Panera, Sysco & Dine Equity

  • Financial – Ameriprise, JP Morgan, Black Rock & Prudential


Protecting your livelihood1
Protecting Your Livelihood resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Exposing the activists

    • State Legislatures

      • New Jersey – Won

      • New Hampshire - Won

      • New York – Won

      • Connecticut – Won

      • Massachusetts – Won

      • Vermont – Won


Protecting your livelihood2
Protecting Your Livelihood resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Working with:

    • Humane Watch

    • Protect the Harvest

    • & others


Protecting your livelihood3
Protecting Your Livelihood resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • What do we stand for

    • Zero tolerance of will act of abuse

    • Provide training and education to all engaged in handling pigs

    • Provide access to adequate water and feed


Protecting your livelihood4
Protecting Your Livelihood resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • What do we stand for cont’d

    • Pork producers will follow documented protocols for on-farm monitoring of animal care

    • Use of humane methods to euthanize sick animals

    • Use of accepted animal housing methods


Protecting your livelihood5
Protecting Your Livelihood resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • What we stand for cont’d

    • Use of appropriate health treatments for pigs , based on the approval of a licensed vet

    • Ensure animal safety when transporting pigs

    • Transparency


An evolving industry
An Evolving Industry resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Today, pork is raised to meet a wide variety of demands. Overall, greater efficiencies and growth in productivity have resulted in a more abundant, affordable pork supply in the United States and abroad.

  • Farms today vary in size and types. Some farms specialize in raising certain breeds, others focus on pigs at specific stages of development and yet others raise pigs to meet various consumer niche demands.


The past century
The past century….. resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Whether large or small, the basic tenets of animal agriculture remain the same: good animal care, stewardship of the land, production of safe, wholesome food and care for employees and communities.


Thank you
Thank you….. resolution map that picks up about 35% of the ephemeral tributaries.

  • Questions?


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