What do we know about on-farm feed milling?

Authors: Danilo Sotto, Tom Scott and Denise Beaulieu Reference: Western Hog Journal Summer 2016 Based on research from the Kansas State University, an average feed particle size...

AGC Nucleus Herd Profile: Clarion Swine Genetics

The Clarion herd began independently when Kent Martin’s father began farming purebred swine 40 years ago. Kent always had an interest in the swine...

Pace of Genetic Improvement in Swine Production Expected to Accelerate

Farmscape for May 16, 2018 Full Interview 7:05 Listen The Genetic Project Manager with PIC Canada expects the pace of genetic improvement within swine...

Early Colostrum Intake Key to Piglet’s Ability to Thrive

Farmscape for May 11, 2018 Full Interview 9:47 Listen The Manager Veterinary Services for western Canada with Zoetis says the quicker the new born...

High Fiber Diets for Swine

Feed cost represents more than 60% of the variable cost of swine production and a major part of the feed cost is to ensure...

New PEDv Test Expected to Speed Up Turn Around and Cut Costs

Farmscape for April 6, 2018 Full Interview 13:20 Listen The Chief Operating Officer with Aquila Diagnostic Systems says an of farm analysis being developed...

AGC Refresher – G x E Interactions

- G × E Interactions -   The last AGC Refresher article ended with a warning to consider system interactions when pursuing the “best” animal. Before...

Changing Demographics Changing How Retailers Relate to Consumers

Farmscape for March 20, 2018 Full Interview 12:46 Listen The Chair of the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute says increased access to and use of...

AGC Nucleus Herd Profile: BMR Genetics

Rod de Wolde and his family took over his parents purebred swine herd in 1999 and moved the business, known as BMR Genetics, to...

Planned Antimicrobial Use Changes Retain Flexibility

Farmscape for March 13, 2018 Full Interview 9:33 Listen A veterinarian with South West Ontario Veterinary Services says the Government of Canada's approach to...
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