U.S. hog farmers will lose millions due to ruling: Hayes

May 26, 2021
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Dr. Dermot HayesDermot Hayes, professor, was cited in a May 25 AgWeb story, "Misguided Ruling Could Upend the Lives of Many Hog Farmers, Sorenson Says."

A recent federal district court ruling, if left unchallenged, will result in a 2.5% loss in pork packing plant capacity nationwide and more than $80 million in reduced income for small U.S. hog farmers, according to Dermot Hayes, an Iowa State University professor of economics. 

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