The Underestimated Impact of Feeders on Sow Conditioning

Maintaining a sow’s condition during lactation has, arguably, the greatest overall impact on an entire production system—ultimately it determines the success or failure of...

High Rye Based Ration Formulations Require High Energy

Farmscape for April 19, 2021 Full Interview 9:03 Listen Research conducted by the University of Saskatchewan and the Prairie Swine Center has shown, while rye...

Cost of Feed Production, By: Emily Scholtz Research Coordinator, Pipestone Nutrition

There are three drivers influencing cost of production today; facilities, weaned pigs and feed, with feed cost accounting for over 60% of the total...

Rising global focus in view with launch of CBS Bio Platforms

New name for Canadian Bio-Systems reflects new era of expanding opportunity Fast-rising prospects, combined with a long winning streak of innovation and expanding global markets...

How to Maximize Wet/Dry Feeding Benefits During Nursery Phase

It is well known that the transition from farrowing to the nursery is very hard on the piglets—transport to a new barn is stressful,...

K-State’s New Publication Summarizes The Potential For African Swine Fever Virus To Spread Through...

Source: Kansas State University news release Manhattan - Eight years of extensive research, including work at Kansas State University, has led to a disquieting scenario...

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...

‘Feeding the Future’ at Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada May 10-14, 2021

Registration now open for virtual event featuring cutting-edge science, networking opportunities and more. Advances in nutritional science to meet the current and future challenges faced...

HOW TO MAXIMIZE THE BENEFITS OF YOUR WET/DRY FEEDER

One of the common questions we get after someone purchases our wet/dry feeders is, “Now what? How do I maximize the benefits of my...

Extreme Processing Reduces Toxicity of Ergot

Farmscape for March 17, 2021 Research being conducted by the University of Saskatchewan will benefit swine producers whose crops have been contaminated by ergot. Researchers with...
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