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 recover from the stress of parturition and quickly move on to producing milk and feeding...
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 and poultry producers.  Its combination of performance and competitive pricing has made it a top...
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 a clearer understanding of why a gilt or sow leaves the breeding herd, progress will...
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 getting a replacement gilt ready to enter the breeding herd or to keep a sow...
“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 (FAS) post in Beijing (“Livestock and Products Annual“) stated that, “In 2022, hog production will...
Study to see if EPI equipment is effective in improving respiratory health in pigs.
Source: New Standard Ag Group A few weeks back, we had one of our clients stop by our Sioux Falls office for a cup of coffee. As we begin visiting about the state of it all, the topic of conception...
The New Standard team is all about the advancement of taking care of our animals in this industry. So are quite a few of our producers we come across in this field. Over the course of our time as...
Co-founders Randall Schwartzentruber on the left and Nathan Hoel on the right  Randall Schwartzentruber is the co-founder and CEO of BinSentry who is an astute and innovative AgTech leader. As a Forbes under 30 award winner and aspiring technology in the...
Source: Grandin.com This diagram illustrates a modern cattle stockyard and chute system. All the animal movement is one-way and there is no cross traffic. Each long narrow pen holds one truckload. The animals enter through one end and leave...
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