Dr. Elise Toohill is a veterinarian since 2018 with Carthage Veterinary Service, located in Illinois. Dr. Toohill completed her bachelor’s degree in animal sciences with a pre-veterinary medicine emphasis from the University of Minnesota and D.V.M. from the University...
Source: CME Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures weakened on Tuesday as worries about the new Omicron coronavirus variant rattled commodity and financial markets. Losses pulled live cattle futures down from contract highs reached in recent sessions. CME lean hog futures also...
Megan Niederwerder, assistant professor of diagnostic medicine and pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, will lead a new $513,000 research project to characterize African swine fever virus survival and transmission after introduction onto a...
Smithfield Foods, Inc. is pleased to announce that Jona Smith, vice president of IT applications services, received a 2021 STEP Ahead Honoree award from The Manufacturing Institute. The institute, which is the workforce development and education partner of the National Association of...
Listen in as Dr. Derald Holtkamp and Dr. Cesar Corzo discuss its development and impact on the swine industry.
 Everypig is an innovative software for the Pork Industry, founder Chris Bomgaars joins us to discuss: -Chris talks about his story as a Pork Producer and then leveraging your knowledge to see a solution to manage Pork Production with Every...
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 biosecurity is still the strongest line of defence against ASF. Biosecurity is still your best...
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 of PRRSV 144. Join SwineTime Podcast host, Dr. Spencer Wayne, Veterinarian, as he discusses the trial...
Advancements in farm technology over the past several decades has led to the development of several automated feeding and weighing systems, including those that automatically monitor individual animal performance. The information collected by these systems has provided critical data...
Animal scientists at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have demonstrated that replacing crude proteins in hog diets with feed grade amino acids can reduce the carbon footprint of swine production. Commercially available amino acid supplements also help...
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