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Farmscape for February 26, 2024 Full Interview 6:47 Listen The Swine Health Information Center has issued a call for research proposals targeting priorities identified in its 2024 Plan of Work. The Swine Health Information Center is inviting submissions to address...
Farmscape for February 22, 2024 Full Interview 8:40 Listen Research funded by the Swine Health Information Center has shown Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 15 is capable of surviving colder temperatures than previously thought. Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae is a bacterial infection that...
South Dakota State University Department of Animal Science students and faculty will present their latest research and Extension projects at the 2024 Midwest Section meeting of the American Society of Animal Science. This year’s meeting is March 10-13 in Madison,...
Farmscape for February 20, 2024 Full Interview 13:07 Listen Researchers with VIDO are exploring the potential of using modified brewer's yeast in place of antibiotics in the rations of young piglets. Researchers with the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization...
Source: University of Manitoba The pork industry provides people across different cultures a considerable source of protein, essential nutrients and a versatile ingredient for diverse culinary traditions. So, when the problem of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) infection...
Farmscape for February 16, 2024 Full Interview 10:56 Listen The Associate Director of the Swine Health Information Center suggests the continuing global spread of African Swine Fever validates actions being taken to keep the infection out of North America....
Farmscape for February 14, 2024 Full Interview 20:55 Listen A researcher with the Western College of Veterinary Medicine says humans need to be included in the list of vectors for the spread of Streptococcus zooepidemicus. Streptococcus zooepidemicus or Strep...
Gut health has made its stamp on livestock production as the gateway to animal health. We often think the gut's primary job is to digest valuable nutrients. But an immunologist may argue that a more important job of the...
Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV) is a disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes that infects pigs, horses and humans. In swine, this virus causes reproductive failure, delayed farrowing, stillbirths, mummified fetuses and weak piglets. While this virus has not been detected...
Farmscape for February 9, 2024 Full Interview 13:12 Listen The Manager of the Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network is encouraging pork producers to focus on addressing coinfections first, when Porcine Sapovirus is suspected in cases of diarrhea. The...
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