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SwineTime podcast 15: Business Decisions During Periods of Low Prices

Dr. Spencer Wayne of Pipestone Veterinary Services, and the host of the SwineTime podcast visits with Jim Marzolf, Vice-President of Pipestone Business...

Hogs broke a line, face gap each way

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market...

DSM ignites new strategic initiative to transform global animal nutrition and health

Leading animal nutrition and health company making animal production sustainability possible As the world’s population grows, demand for animal protein will continue to rise. Over...

Elanco Closes Acquisition of Bayer Animal Health

Scale and capabilities of the combined company position Elanco for the long term as a leader in the attractive, durable animal health industry. ...

Veterinarians, mind your mental health

Veterinarians, whether specializing in large or small animals, deal with stress under the best circumstances. But in this time of difficult decisions for pork...

NPPA Announces Participants in 2020 Pork Mentorship Program

The Nebraska Pork Producers Association is proud to welcome participants of the 2020 Pork Mentorship Program. This year, six college-age students will participate in...

Farm Bureau: USMCA Takes Effect Is Welcome News For Struggling Farmers

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) goes into effect tomorrow, at a crucial time for farmers and ranchers struggling to recover from COVID-19 losses and...

Kent Nutrition Group Swine Trial Offers Additional Dietary Options

Kent Nutrition Group (KNG) continues to uncover dietary options to help manage market hog growth rate and weight gain to help keep pigs at...

U.S. Domestic Swine Diseases Within Expected Levels

Farmscape for June 10, 2020 Full Interview 11:28 Listen The Swine Health Information Center reports, despite some minor changes, the main diseases that affect the...

Bringing Home the Bacon: U.S. PORK TRADE The Year That Wasn’t

This year was supposed to mark a comeback for U.S. pork producers. Instead, the industry faces volatile markets and unprecedented supply chain disruptions. COVID-19’s domino effect...
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