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JBS To Remove Feed Additive Ractopamine From Its Pork Rations, Opens China Market

Reuters reports: JBS USA will remove a growth drug banned by Beijing from its U.S. hog supply, the company said on Friday, accelerating the competition...

Alternatives to AGPs ̶ Egg antibodies more cost-effective than plasma

By Inge Heinzl, Fellipe Freitas Barbosa, and Sabria Regragui Mazili It is well-known that weaning is a critical moment in pig production. Young pigs go...

Cargill’s Response to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic

Cargill provides an essential service to the world: delivering the food, feed, and ingredients that nourish people and animals. As individuals, families, and communities...

Kansas State University Study Confirms Possible Danger Of Imported Feed Contaminated With African Swine...

A new study published by a Kansas State University researcher and her team looks at how the current outbreak of African swine fever in...

Tips for transitioning to ractopamine-free hog feed

An interview with Daniel Nelson, PhD Senior Swine Nutritionist Zoetis  Download the pdf Q: For nearly 20 years, ractopamine has been used by US pork and beef producers to...

Gestation Group Sow Housing Options:Short Stalls & Trickle Feeding

Introduction Housing sows in individual stalls has become commonplace across the pork industry. This method of production has grown in popularity because animals can be...

Right nursery nutrition at the right time can lead to future market success

Cargill’s Provimi introduces Nurture, a new, age-based feeding program and technologies for pigs to support performance and livability With today’s market prices, disease pressures and...

Nuscience feed technology leads the pace of innovation for global livestock production

Fast-rising adoption of Biotica across Canadian market mirrors worldwide MCFA trend Rocketing out of the starting blocks in pursuit of rising opportunities for innovative livestock...

How to reduce pig cost of production

By, Russell Gilliam Let's face it: raising profitable pigs is hard work. Optimizing your bottom line while staying competitive is a challenge on its own,...

Corn DDGS is a high-value ingredient in swine diets: Part 10

By Dr. Jerry Shurson, University of Minnesota Department of Animal Science © 2019 Feedstuffs. Reprinted with permission from Vol. 91, No. 03, March 4, 2019 A...
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