5 Ways to Protect Pigs and the Pork Industry from African Swine Fever

National Pork Board (NPB) is collaborating with multiple governments and industry partners to protect the U.S. from foreign animal diseases (FADs), including African swine...

Recommended Handling Facility Layout

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....

New Podcast Dedicated to the Swine Industry

Do you want to be the first to know all about the global pork market?  On Swine Trends by APC, the latest updates are...

2021 Science in Practice Award Winner, Western Canada Veterinarian Egan Brockoff Earns Top...

Egan Brockhoff, DVM, president and managing partner of Prairie Swine Health Services in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada will receive the 2021 Allen D. Leman...

New Corn Quality Concerns Publication Provides Timely Information for Swine Producers

Corn is a major ingredient in swine diets (ranging from 70 to 88% on a weight basis), which makes corn the primary energy source...

Analysis: USDA Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report – Q2 2021

USDA released its Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report on June 24. The report showed on June 1, 2021: Inventory of all hogs and pigs...

Weekly Hog Facility Maintenance

Read our list of practical steps to add to your weekly checklist to prevent longer term repairs and make overall maintenance easier. Part of a...

Wholestone Foods plans to build $500M Sioux Falls facility

Source: Sioux Falls Business Wholestone Farms, an entity owned by regional pork producers, plans to build a more than $500 million pork processing facility in...

National Pork Board Names 2021-2022 Officers

The executive officer team will lead the National Pork Board's 15 producer directors, who represent America’s 60,000 pig farmers. Gene Noem, a pork producer from...

Podcast: Next generation water treatment to fight next generation diseases

Join us in discussion with Jesse McCoy, NEOGEN’s water treatment specialist to discover how to turn dirty waterlines into bigger paychecks. 
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