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...

Pigs Are Seen as Next Big Thing in Xinjiang as Cotton Dims

China should build more pig farms in Xinjiang as its cotton industry is under threat from declining soil fertility, according to a government researcher,...

Elanco Announces the Approval of Prevacent Use in Sows

Elanco Animal Health Incorporated (NYSE: ELAN) today announced that Prevacent® PRRS has been licensed for use in sows and gilts against the reproductive form of...

Podcast: The Long and Short of It with Jim Long Episode 9

Episode 9 The Long and Short of it with CEO of Genesus Genetics Jim Long. Mr Long touches on the following points 1. Lean Hog Futures...

Hog trend is choppy but higher

Bull flags are often highlighted as indications of small corrective moves in an otherwise larger price trend.

Testing, advice valuable to the Minnesota producer

Feed costs are the largest expense in raising pigs today, so carefully analyzing every opportunity to get the most out of every ration at...

Hogs are hot, buy dips

Bull flags are often highlighted as indications of small corrective moves in an otherwise larger price trend.

Bio-Catalyst technology shows big promise for livestock farmers

Tackling tough challenges and unlocking higher profits Livestock operations have a new high-powered weapon in the battle against today’s toughest production challenges. New “Bio-Catalyst technology” introduced...

Simplifying Wet/Dry Feeding In Wean-to-finish Barns

Things have changed since the days when pigs were raised in small herds in the barnyard, eating out of large round bulk feeders. Many of...

U.S. pork processor seeks to delay court decision limiting slaughter speeds

Source: Reuters The logo of Seaboard Foods hog processing plant is seen in Guymon, Oklahoma, U.S., May 13, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Hay U.S. pork processor Seaboard Foods...
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