Secure Pork Supply FAQ’s

A Secure Pork Supply plan provides the opportunity to voluntarily prepare before a foreign animal disease (FAD) outbreak. Below are frequently asked questions that will be addressed during the annual meeting. A panel of experts will be present to discuss the process...

NPPA Names 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

Voluntary Check-Off Hall of Fame: Bruce and Karen Grant were first recognized by the NPPA in 2012 when they received the Outstanding Pork Service Award for Producer Outreach. The opening statement of their tribute said “they jumped in with both feet.” It was true then...

John Csukker, NE Pork President, Pork Month

Celebrate Pork Month By John Csukker, President – Nebraska Pork Producers Association You’ve waited all year and it’s finally here. An entire month dedicated to tender, juicy, delicious pork! October is National Pork Month, so join me and the 1500 pork farmers across...

Communications

The leadership of the Nebraska Pork Producers Association (NPPA) engages in several key communication tools to effectively communicate its story. The ongoing mission to inform and educate producers, consumers, teachers, students and key stakeholders at the city,...

Youth Education

Pork Leadership   The Pork Leadership Program was created to build awareness, interest, and involvement in the pork industry. Program participants further develop their skills as leaders and naturally emerge as the next wave of active and engaged members of committees...

NPPA 2020 Annual Meeting

We want to thank all those who participated in the 2020 Nebraska Pork Producers Association’s (NPPA) annual meeting in Lincoln on February 12th. The well attended meeting brought a day of full of information, ideas, and renewed relationships to our members.   The...

Secure Pork Supply Plan: Everyone Needs One

Over the past year, the Nebraska Pork Producers Association (NPPA) has been participating in African Swine Fever (ASF) exercises. Preparing for a foreign animal disease outbreak is crucial in making sure our farmers can continue to operate and market their animals....