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  • Protect Your Family from Deadly Carbon Monoxide This Winter October 30, 2014
    It won’t be long before freezing weather and snow are here. Did you know that November, December, January and February are top months for carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning deaths in the United States?     These are the primary months when consumers crank up their furnaces and portable heaters to stay warm. Nearly two-thirds of […]
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  • The DIY Halloween October 29, 2014
    Blog en español Pumpkin Carving Before you carve out the scariest jack-o’-lantern in the neighborhood, read CPSC’s tips to prevent nicks and cuts this Halloween. During October and November 2013, more than half of the estimated 4,400 Halloween-related injuries involved pumpkin carving. Kid helpers can grab a spoon and scoop out the inside, or use […]
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  • Press Event to announce the winners of CPSC’s Consumer Product Safety Apps Challenge October 24, 2014
    U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Chairman Elliot Kaye will announce the winners of the first-ever Consumer Product Safety Apps Challenge at a press event on Monday, October 27.  CPSC challenged developers earlier this year to create apps to help consumers keep track of recalls and safety incidents. CPSC’s goal is to find new ways […]
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  • Do Passengers Play a Role When an ATV Rolls? October 2, 2014
    Ever carried a passenger on a one-seater ATV or been a passenger on one? Ever been in a crash with a passenger on board or been a passenger in an ATV accident? Researchers at CPSC know that carrying a passenger on a one-person ATV creates a hazard. We want to reduce this hazard, but CPSC […]
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RSS Food Safety

  • Meat Price Spreads November 20, 2014
    This data set provides monthly average price values, and the differences among those values, at the farm, wholesale, and retail stages of the production and marketing chain for selected cuts of beef, pork, and broilers.
  • Livestock, Dairy, & Poultry Outlook: November 2014 November 17, 2014
    The Livestock, Dairy, & Poultry Outlook for November 2014 describes events and outlook based on projections from USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Use Estimates Report for beef, pork, poultry, eggs, and dairy production and trade.
  • Feed Grains Database November 14, 2014
    The Feed Grains Database contains statistics on four feed grains (corn, grain sorghum, barley, and oats), foreign coarse grains (feed grains plus rye, millet, and mixed grains), hay, and related items.
  • Feed Outlook: November 2014 November 13, 2014
    The November 2014 Feed Grains Outlook report contains projections for the 2014/15 U.S. and global feed markets based on the most current World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.
  • Aquaculture Data November 10, 2014
    Statistics on domestically grown catfish and trout and U.S. imports and exports of fish and shellfish that may be products of aquaculture, such as salmon, shrimp, and oysters.
  • Livestock & Meat International Trade Data November 5, 2014
    The Livestock and Meat International Trade Data Set contains monthly and annual data for imports and exports of live cattle, hogs, sheep, and goats, as well as beef and veal, pork, lamb and mutton, chicken meat, turkey meat, and eggs.
  • Livestock & Meat Domestic Data October 28, 2014
    The Livestock & Meat Domestic Data contains current and historical data on pork, beef, veal, and poultry, including production, supply, utilization, and farm prices.
  • Agriculture in the Trans-Pacific Partnership October 28, 2014
    The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a trade and investment agreement under negotiation by 12 countries in the Pacific Rim. This report assesses this partnership's potential impacts on the region's agriculture in 2025. Errata: On October 30, 2014, the following corrections were made to Box 2 of the report: 1) On page 27, 3rd paragraph, the 3rd […]
  • Japan’s Agri-Food Sector and the Trans-Pacific Partnership October 28, 2014
    The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership would lead to more agricultural exports to Japan from TPP partners, likely dominating the total agricultural trade impact of such an agreement. Despite those increases, especially in the rice, beef, and dairy sectors, the agreement would reduce Japan's output only marginally.