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Tonisity Appoints General Manager and Chief Operations Officer

Tonisity, a cutting-edge company bringing innovative swine nutrition, health and wellness products to market, is growing its senior leadership with the addition of Daniel...

Eli Lilly exploring spinoff of Elanco

Source: Market Watch Eli Lilly & Co. said Tuesday it could spin off or sell its animal health business, a segment that contributed 15% of...

Organic pig breeders can beneficially switch genetics

New research points to the possibility that organic pig production may benefit from using parent animals that give birth to fewer but larger pigs...

What do we know about on-farm feed milling?

Authors: Danilo Sotto, Tom Scott and Denise Beaulieu Reference: Western Hog Journal Summer 2016 Based on research from the Kansas State University, an average feed particle size...

Diet Supplement May Improve Sow Performance During Lactation

The 2003 agricultural statistics from the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicate that litter size per sow has increased over the past decade. As litter...

Genesus Global Market Report – China (Jan 2018)

By Lorne Tannas, General Manager China   As we welcome 2018, the year of the dog, the Chinese pork producer should be fairly optimistic.    I have been...

CIH’s Hog Margin Watch Report for December 1-15, 2017

Margins were steady to slightly higher over the first half of December as lower trade in both the hog and feed markets roughly offset...

Cactus Feeders’ Expansion Creates Opportunity for Contract Growers

Pork producers in Iowa and Nebraska can join Cactus Feeders in their mission to feed a hungry world. Cactus Family Farms, the pork production division...

ASF in China Prompts Call for Pork Producers to Think Feed Safety

Farmscape for September 19, 2017 Full Interview 15:02 Listen The Swine Health Information Centre is investigating the potential risk of the transmission of African...

Thermo Fisher Scientific Research Advances PRRS and PED Diagnostics

Presentations at ESPHM illustrate dedication to diagnostic improvements Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is the pig industry’s greatest disease challenge, but other highly contagious...
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