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Hear from an expert panel as they discuss the following topics, relevant to both hog producers and process. -What are the swine diseases we may want to be worried about? African Swine Fever, Classical Swine Fever, Porcine Reproductive and...
African swine fever is a highly contagious and deadly viral disease affecting both domestic and feral swine of all ages. ASF is not a threat to human health and cannot be transmitted from pigs to humans. It is not...
Experts featured on this month's Pork Checkoff-hosted webinar shared how National Pork Board is using insights and data to grow pork demand, including: • Retail meat sales are 13% higher since the pandemic was declared. Pork sales beat the entire...
Maintaining proper temperature in your barns can be a challenge in the warmer months of the year, but AP's Commander Series fans are up to the challenge. Learn more from ventilation expert Mark Oberreuter.
 Dr. Julia Holen Impact of Essential Fatty Acids in Lactation Diets on Sow and Litter Performance
Study to see if EPI equipment is effective in improving respiratory health in pigs.
Listen as Jeff Schoening gives an overview of AP's GSF stall and feeder. The stall is built so that each sow can walk in and back out, giving her the right amount of daily feed. Just as it is...
Video Topic: Breaking In The New Hog Barn Getting More Pigs: In this one the boys continue filling Sawyer’s barn with more baby weaner pigs. Welcome To This’ll Do Farm! ● SUPPORT US ON PATREON ➱ https://bit.ly/2V8c3Px​ ● FOLLOW OUR...
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