2023 Iowa Swine Day is closing in fast

Less than two weeks from now 2023 Iowa Swine Day will be underway. June 29 is the date, Scheman Building in the Iowa State Center at ISU in Ames is the place, and loads of information is on tap. Don’t forget the new preconference event the evening before: the ISU Swine Networking Social at the Hansen Ag Student Learning Center is set for 5:30 to 7 p.m. and everyone registered for ISU are welcome to attend. Check the program, make note of the sessions you don’t want to miss, and get ready for a great day of learning and networking. But remember to register because walk-ins aren’t allowed. See you there!

Focusing on topics vital to today’s pork industry.

The 12th annual Iowa Swine Day is scheduled for Thursday, June 29, 2023 on the Iowa State University campus in Ames. Each year this conference has a program packed with highly regarded speakers focusing on important issues facing U.S. pork producers. Conference organizers build upon the success of past programs by continuing to seek industry input from the planning committee. The success of past conferences has shown that the best approach to developing a program for the pork industry is to seek input from producers representing a cross section of the industry.


conference classroomFour plenary speakers are followed by an afternoon of four concurrent sessions and 16 topics to select from. Attend the topics you want to hear. Customize your own program.


registration formRegistration is now open! Pre-registration is required to attend. Students receive FREE registration.


Pre-Conference Social

Pre-conference BBQA pre-conference BBQ and social will be held at the Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center, Wednesday, June 28, 5:30-7pm, hosted by AB Vista, TechMix and Lynch Livestock. The event is tailored towards student networking, but is open to all registered conference attendees.

Continuing education

Continuing education credits have been approved from the Iowa Board of Veterinary Medicine (3.4 CEU scientific, 4.92 CEU management) and requested from the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS).

Presented by

The Iowa Pork Industry Center was established in 1994 as a coordinated effort of the colleges of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University. The center focuses efforts across departments and partners with other agencies and commercial entities to better serve the educational and informational needs of the pork industry.

Iowa Pork Industry Center