U.S. Pork is not affected by the African Swine Fever outbreaks in other countries and is safe to eat. It is a highly contagious viral disease, impacting only pigs, not people. It is not a public-health threat or a food safety concern.


The Colorado Junior Swine Association’s mission is to provide youth swine exhibitors in Colorado with a network of support and opportunity to gain knowledge in the purebred, show pig, and commercial swine industry.

U.S. and state government leaders are working with public health officials to respond to a global outbreak of respiratory illnesses caused by a new coronavirus.

September 21, 2023

Food Affordability Under Attack by Arbitrary Reductions Concerning Food Production

Aurora, CO – The Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Management for Manufacturing Phase 2 (GEMM-2) air emissions regulations currently in development through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment […]

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November 29, 2023

2023 Colorado Ag Water Summit

Join farmers, ranchers, and water managers around the state to discuss water issues impacting the agricultural community.

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