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Boost Your Biosecurity for the Best Protection

By Lorraine Stevenson-Hall, Biosecurity & Stakeholder Relations Lead A recent series of five African Swine Fever (ASF) Action Week webinars hosted by USDA-APHIS, highlighted that...

SwineTime Podcast Episode 28: PRRSV 144

In partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc., Pipestone Research has provided a rapid response to bring science-based answers to managing the emergence...

Feeding system automates collection of performance data of small pigs

Advancements in farm technology over the past several decades has led to the development of several automated feeding and weighing systems, including those that...

Protein Substitutes in Feed Can Help Reduce Carbon Footprint of Swine Production

Animal scientists at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have demonstrated that replacing crude proteins in hog diets with feed grade amino...

Don’t forget the sow in post-farrowing management plans

Source: PigHealthToday.com The first several hours post-farrowing is a critical time not just for newborn piglets but also for the sow. The sow’s ability to...

Hog Slat Medicator Video

A "how-to" video on annual maintenance for the Hog Slat medicator Ever since its introduction, the Hog Slat medicator has become a favorite with livestock...

Sow mortality records need an overhaul

Reprinted from: PigHealthToday.com The upward trendline of sow mortality over the past several years is noteworthy and needs to be addressed. But until farms have...

Measuring the direct and indirect costs of sow mortality

Reprinted from PigHealthToday.com Everyone knows that a breeding female is a valuable asset because it drives the farm’s downstream production. But the costs involved in...

USDA Attache Update from Beijing Highlights Hog and Pork Variables

“China: Livestock and Products Annual” USDA- Foreign Agricultural Service. Report Number: CH2021-0101 (August 26, 2021). A report on Thursday from the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service...

Electrostatic Particle Ionisation (EPI) Study

Study to see if EPI equipment is effective in improving respiratory health in pigs.
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