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UPDATE: Progress toward PRRSv-resistant pigs

Swine producers are well aware of the devastating effects that Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus (PRRSv) can have on their herd. While USDA and...

SwineTime Podcast Episode 25: PRRS Virus 144 Lineage 1C

Pig farmers across the world have been dealing with the effects of PRRS for decades. Continued research shows different strains of the virus have...

USDA To Provide Pandemic Assistance To Livestock Producers For Animal Losses

Livestock and poultry producers who suffered losses during the pandemic due to insufficient access to processing can apply for assistance for those losses and...

Free Access Stalls live-action video.

Click to watch a video of Free Access Stalls in use. Hog Slat's Free Access Stall provides the animals with freedom of movement in and...

5 Key Areas to Tackle High Swine Feed Costs

Focus on maximizing margins with increasing feed prices using these five areas that may involve feed savings. After a tumultuous 2020 on and off the...

July hogs turning upward

Market showing signs of a change of direction. Outside days, reversals, & breaking trend lines could contribute evidence of the turn. Increasing volume would...

Merck Animal Health Expands its SEQUIVITY Platform to include Sapovirus

New Vaccine Solves for Emerging Enteric Disease in Young Pigs Merck Animal Health, known as MSD Animal Health outside the United States and Canada, a...

Common sense evaporative cooling

Make your pads last longer, the 80-80 rule, don't operate your evap system between 10 pm and 10 am, and airspeed is what makes...

World Trade Month: Robust Overseas Demand For U.S. Meats, Led By Pork And Poultry,...

The United States is the world's largest producer of poultry and beef and the third-largest pork producer. Abundant exportable supplies have enabled trade of major...

Internal biosecurity essential to endemic disease control on pig farms

Reprinted from:PigHealthToday.com Establishing effective internal biosecurity protocols is critical to breaking the circular spread of influenza and other pathogens between sow farms and growing sites,...
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