Newswise — Award-winning research doesn’t happen overnight. Samitinjaya Dhakal, a South Dakota State University graduate student, found that out firsthand, through his research study “Effects of Lean Pork on Microbiota and Microbial-Metabolite Trimethylamine-N-Oxide: A Randomized Controlled Non-Inferiority Feeding Trial Based...
Farmscape for July 21, 2022 Full Interview 11:57 Listen Research conducted by the Western College of Veterinary Medicine indicates grower-finisher pigs can be stimulated to engage in play. The Western College of Veterinary Medicine, in partnership with the Prairie Swine...
Farmscape for July 18, 2022 Full Interview 8:05 Listen A Swine Health Information Center funded investigation has determined porcine morbillivirus presents an insignificant risk to the U.S. swine herd. The identification by the Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab...
Article By: Brian Stevens, President Big Stone Marketing & Angie Homann, Data Management Director How can you use data to drive your decision-making process? Big Stone Marketing, in collaboration with other PIPESTONE business units, would like to share two reports...
Farmscape for July13, 2022 Full Interview 12:47 Listen The Associate Director of the Swine Health Information Center reports, in June the overall rate of PRRS in the U.S. fell to its lowest level in 2022. As part of its...
The associate administrator of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is optimistic about the development of an African swine fever vaccine. Dr. Jack Shere tells Brownfield a vaccine developed in Vietnam shows promise, but is not ready to be...
Farmscape for July 12, 2022 Full Interview 13:40 Listen The 2022 interim results from the Brachyspira Diagnostic Service have shown Brachyspira hampsonii remains the most frequently diagnosed species of Brachyspira in western Canada. Brachyspira is a genus of bacteria,...
Farmscape for July 8, 2022 Full Interview 9:34 Listen Researchers with Iowa State University are evaluating the health status of growing pig finishing sites to identify and address biosecurity soft spots. Researchers with Iowa State University, in partnership with...
Farmscape for July 5, 2022 Full Interview 6:50 Listen The Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization reports the use of intrauterine vaccination as an alternative to needles to protect sows, gilts and their piglets from PED is showing promise. Researchers...
In a typical year, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, or PRRS, is a seasonal virus in pig herds. It usually spikes between October and April and wanes during the summer months. But that has not been the case in 2021....
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