Can Livestock Utilize Moldy Grain? By Russ Daly Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian,...

The record-breaking wet conditions across South Dakota last year have resulted in a significant amount of corn still remaining in fields. Soggy fields this...

More Uncertainty and Volatility Going Forward for the Hog Market, By Jason Franken Western...

The USDA’s March Hogs and Pigs report pegs the March 1 inventory of all hogs and pigs at 77.6 million head, a record for...

Deadly swine-disease outbreak at buying station triggers search for mystery pathogen, By Daniel Gascho...

Source: PigHealthToday.com When a call came into the office last September reporting very high, unexplained sow mortalities, Daniel Gascho, DVM, didn’t expect it to be...

Paisley Canning from South West Ontario Veterinary Services, Oral Fluids For Monitoring In Suckling...

The use of oral fluids as a diagnostic sample in  group-housed  nursery,  grow-finish,  and breeding  stock  has  been  quite  rapid.  Oral fluids  from  due-to-wean...

Four Cornerstones for Agriculture in Uncertain Times, By Bill Even CEO, National Pork Board

The world is no longer what it was a few short weeks ago. It is unnerving to see empty grocery store shelves, shuttered schools,...

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Pipestone Veterinary Services Update, By Hannah Walkes President, Pipestone Veterinary Services

Pipestone Veterinary Services shares in the global concern surrounding COVID-19. We take our responsibility to provide animal care seriously. We also understand the necessity of our...

Focus on the Impactful, Not the Easy to Measure, By Todd Thurman, SwineTex Consulting...

Photo: @helloquence via unsplash.com Todd Thurman, Consultant SwineTex Consulting Services, LLC As a consultant, I’m often asked by clients to help them solve specific problems. New or...

COVID-19 and Livestock: Is there a connection? By Russ Daly Professor, SDSU...

When reports of the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the US, very few people had likely heard of coronaviruses—with some notable exceptions: cattle producers and...

Maintaining Your Freedom to Farm, By Bill Even CEO, National Pork Board

Traveling to state pork association meetings this winter, from Iowa to Indiana to South Dakota and beyond, I have heard a lot of talk...

Lessons from the barn: Avoiding gremlins, By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS Carthage Veterinary...

By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. Carthage, Illinois Pig production is really about people and their ability to understand and consistently execute...
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