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Scientists Claim They Found a Treatment for the Virus Decimating the World’s Pork Supply

Source: One Zero A new study suggests a 100% immunization rate Last month, a river in South Korea turned red with the blood of 47,000 pigs....

5 Steps for Preparing Barn Heaters for Winter

Maintaining the proper environment in swine barns is essential for protecting animal health and promoting productivity. Austin Zimmerman, sales engineer for AP (Automated Production...

The world is running out of antibiotics. This researcher is working on finding a...

With too few antibiotics under development to keep up with the rise of antibiotic-resistant infections, the world is starting to run out of antibiotics. That...

Adjuvants: The Biggest Variable in a Vaccine

There are two basic ingredients in killed vaccines: antigens and adjuvants. While antigens are well understood, there’s far less understanding of the critical role...

ASF Expands Its Footprint Into Laos, Mongolia, North Korea, Losses Staggering

n the last 30 days, ASF has officially claimed more territory across all parts of Asia. Today, according to official statistics by the Food...

African Swine Fever Affects China’s Pork Consumption

China’s pork consumption has dropped by 10% to 15%, year-to-date, by our estimates, driven by food safety concerns. The level of consumption change varies...

Pork 2040 RFP: Understanding the International Marketplace

China Market Assessment and 20-Year Foresight Analysis of Pork and Processed Pork Product Consumption are the Focus of NPB’s International Marketing Research Initiative The National...

Zoetis Adds Monovalent Swine Vaccine with Two PCV2 Genotypes

Fostera® Gold PCV Provides Broadest Antigenic Coverage Against Evolving Virus Zoetis has received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to begin marketing Fostera® Gold...
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