FILE - farmer Matthew Keller walks through one of his pig barns near Kenyon, Minn.
FILE - US farmer Matthew Keller walks through one of his pig barns near Kenyon, Minn.

Producers of in-demand goods typically see incomes rise. But U.S. hog farmers are struggling to survive even as many Americans search in vain for their favorite cuts of pork. As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, the COVID-19 pandemic has hobbled meat processing, causing pain for consumers and producers alike, and prompting President Donald Trump to order federal intervention in the industry.