Sophia Lentfer from Firth, Nebraska has been hired as the Education Director for the Nebraska Pork Producers Association (NPPA). Lentfer graduated from UNL in May of 2020 majoring in animal science with an emphasis in meat science. While at...
Farmscape for February 23, 2022 Full Interview 7:03 Listen Intrauterine vaccination to protect sows and their offspring from Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea offers a potential alternative to needles. The Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization has developed the first intrauterine vaccines to...
The Real P3 · Global Perspectives on Labor and Animal Health with Todd Thurman In this episode, we visit Todd Thurman, a global swine consultant with SwineTex. In this episode, we will discuss the two main problems faced by all...
Huvepharma® announces FDA approval for Tilmovet® AC (tilmicosin phosphate), an aqueous concentrate for the control of swine respiratory disease associated with Pasteurella multocida and Haemophilus parasuis in groups of swine in buildings where a respiratory disease outbreak is diagnosed....
Thai pig farmer Jintana Jamjumrus, 75, suspected two years ago that her herd had been infected with African swine fever when dozens of animals died after developing symptoms. But the Thai government insisted up until last month that the deadly...
Another week and another USDA update on weaned pig prices. We visit with Steve Toohill, Business Development Manager for the Carthage System as he shares his insight for how the weaned pig market has evolved over the last week....
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln to expand focus on early disease detection using technology in swine production As the winner of MSD Animal Health’s High-Quality Pork award, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) received a grant of $200,000 last year toward a swine...
Chicago Mercantile Exchange hog futures plunged 4% on Monday, hitting their lowest level in nearly a month, as robust supplies threatened profits even as pork prices edged off their recent lows, traders said. Pork processors earned $22.90 per hog, down...
Farmscape for December 1, 2021 Full Interview 6:31 Listen The Director of Risk Management with HAMS Marketing Services reports, while the cash hog market continues to face pressure, the futures market looks good. With U.S. hog numbers running three to...
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