K-State Scientists, Biosecurity Research Institute Study African Swine Fever To Prevent Outbreak In U.S.

Source: K-State University news release African swine fever virus threatens to devastate the swine industry and is positioned to spread throughout Asia. The virus has...

Meat Industry Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2018 Inductees

The Board of Trustees of the Meat Industry Hall of Fame proudly announces seven new members will be inducted into the Hall as the...

Dr. Mark Whitney Joins Zinpro Corporation as Swine Nutritionist – Technical Services

His extensive swine nutrition expertise supports Zinpro customers  and research across the globe Zinpro Corporation is pleased to announce that Mark Whitney, Ph.D., has joined...

Preventing and preparing for barn fires

Have you ever thought about how you can prevent a fire in your barn? Read this tips for reducing the risk and being prepared...

SHIC Reports Sporadic Increase in Neurological Diseases in Swine

Farmscape for June 24, 2019 Full Interview 12:02 Listen The Executive Director of the Swine Health Information Center says U.S. veterinarians are reporting sporadic...

Pork Industry Honors Dr. Billy Flowers with the Distinguished Service Award

Sam Hines and the late Dr. Bob Morrison also honored The National Pork Board today honored Dr. William “Billy” Flowers with its Distinguished Service Award...

Marshalltown Biosecurity Workshop to Focus on Risk and Caretaker Entry

Swine herd health is the number one driver of performance and profitability. As the global spread of African Swine Fever continues, it is timely...

Preparing your barn for winter – Pest management series part two

This 4-part series will address different areas of pest management and assist farmers with building and maintaining a pest management plan that is feasible...

NPPC Statement on U.S. Lifting North American Metal Tariffs

The Trump administration today announced plans to lift the 25% tariff on steel and the 10% duty on aluminum imports imposed last year on...

U.S. farmers look past trade fears to cash in on China’s hog crisis

It might seem an unlikely time for U.S. farmers to look to China for more business but the devastating impact of African swine fever...
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