USA – Default

USA – Default

Kansas State University (KSU) has recently secured a significant grant from the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research (FFAR) to spearhead the development of urgently needed vaccines against African Swine Fever (ASF). This $1 million Seeding Solution grant aims...
At PIPESTONE, we live and breathe our core values: Integrity, Caring, Commitment, Growth, and Teamwork. This year, we’re taking a closer look at each value, exploring what they mean to us and how they shape our organization. Our values...
Farmscape for April 9, 2024 Full Interview 23:49 Listen A multi-institutional team, of scientists is exploring the potential of using the levels of stress hormones deposited in the hair of pigs to determine which genetic lines will be more...
Farmscape for April 8, 2024 Full Interview 13:08 Listen Research conducted by the Western College of veterinary Medicine is expected to lead to the development of new approaches to prevent or treat ear tip necrosis. A study conducted by...
Farmscape for April 2, 2024 Full Interview 8:42 Listen The Executive Director of the Swine Health Information Center reports 43 research proposals submitted in response to its 2024 Plan of Work Competitive Call for proposals are now under review....
Farmscape for March 28, 2024 Full Interview 8:56 Listen An economic assessment conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information Center has determined a Japanese encephalitis virus outbreak in the United States, similar to the one experienced in Australia...
There is never a time in swine production where producers aren’t facing challenges in some form or fashion. Many challenges – whether they are nutritional, health or management related – tend to be seasonal. Fall is typically a favorite...
Farmscape for March 27, 2024 Full Interview 7:14 Listen Research conducted by the Western College of Veterinary Medicine suggests management changes made early in the life of the pig, such as providing chewable materials and more space to play,...
By Dr. John Patience Committee Chair. The National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) has established the committee to develop the 12th Nutrient Requirements of Swine. The committee has already met in person twice and on-line three times with...
Farmscape for March 25, 2024 Full Interview 11:46 Listen Scientists representing the pork industry, international organizations, allied industries, academic institutions and or public-private partnerships are being invited to submit research proposals designed to help enhance U.S. prevention, preparedness and...
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