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Evaluating trace mineral fortification in swine diets

  Click here to download PDF Pigs depend on their daily feed to supply not only protein and energy but also their needed mineral requirements. Typically,...

Practical biosecurity recommendations to prevent COVID-19 in farm workers and allied operations

Recommendations for farm employees Resources 1.pork.org/COVID-19 2.https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Coronavirus Increases Challenge of a Demand Bounce, and Phase One Purchase Targets

Bloomberg writers Lydia Mulvany and Michael Hirtzer reported last week that, “In times of economic woe, one of the first luxuries to go is...

Need to know about official ID

Reprinted as announced in Minnesota Board of Animal Health's Animal Bytes January 2020 newsletter and website. Before you prepare to order tags, remember, you need...

PRRS Domestically and ASF Globally Remain Top U.S. Swine Disease Concerns

Farmscape for March 9, 2020 Full Interview 10:10 Listen The Executive Director the Swine Health Information Centre says domestically PRRS remains the top threat to...

U.S. Pork Sector Plans Project to Identify Gaps in Foreign Animal Disease Prevention

Farmscape for March 2, 2020 Full Interview 8:14 Listen The U.S. pork sector is planning a project aimed at identifying and closing potential gaps in...

USDA Releases “Livestock, Dairy, And Poultry Outlook” Report

Source: USDA news release To view the complete report, click here. The Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook for February 2020 analyzes economic impacts on animal product...

Is the Water Quality the Best at Your Farm?

Is the Water Quality the Best at Your Farm? Dr. Spencer Wayne spends some time with Jesse McCoy, a water quality expert.  The discussion is...

Ready… Set… GROW: Getting Weaned Pigs Off To a Good Start

You’re starting a new group of pigs, and you want to have your best closeout possible. The most important component to achieving this, is...

Watch your change-of-season ventilation in swine barns

Quick facts Ventilation removes excess heat, moisture and gas from swine barns. During weather changes, make sure your controller is set for proper ventilation. ...
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