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Noxious fumes from discovery of dead pigs sickens workers in Stearns County

It happened about five miles south of Sauk Centre in Stearns County Two men working in a barn in central Minnesota fell ill Wednesday night...

Breed-to-wean farm factors associated with influenza A virus infection in piglets at weaning

A scientific article written by Dr. Fabian Chamba Pardo when he was doing his PhD in the Torremorell lab was recently published in the...

Hogs making another downward reversal, stay short for now

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market which...

China-Owned Smithfield Foods Eligible For U.S. Trade Relief

National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) reports: Chinese Investor-owned Smithfield Foods is eligible for payments under the $12 billion aid package for farmers. The Washington...

Tails or testicles: Which are better for PRRSV monitoring?

Read more articles on Pig Health Today https://pighealthtoday.com/ Pooled serum samples are a common method to monitor porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PPRSV) in piglets....

USDA gives Zoetis the opportunity to seek licensure for African Swine Fever Virus

Zoetis has applied to license a vaccine candidate, and USDA has given Zoetis the opportunity to develop an ASF vaccine and seek licensure for...

Preparing your swine barn for winter

Quick facts Help ensure sure your pigs and workers have a good environment throughout winter without high fossil fuel costs. Make sure the barn is...

Hogs in sideways or neutral mode

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market which...

Hogs broke over resistance

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market which...

Pork Powerhouses® 2018: Ramping Up

Source: Successful Farming The 40 largest pork producers in the U.S. keep growing despite trade wars, lawsuits, disease threats, and falling markets. A plague of locusts...