Dr. Joe Connor the founder of Carthage Veterinary Service, LTD. joins us again to talk about Segregated Production (wean to finish, disease elimination)
-Why is this important (The Dr. Connor take)
-What disease is it set to control or eliminate
-Ideal age for commingling
-What’s the best way to move to segregated-site production?
-How are pathogens transmitted within a multi-site operation?
-International use and how it compares or effects the US?
About our guest
Dr. Joseph Connor is the founder of Carthage Veterinary Service, LTD. He purchased the CVS practice in 1980 and built his client service network to become one of the foremost swine veterinarians in the world. CVS maintains client service relationships with over 500,000 sows in the US. Dr. Connor regularly consults with other veterinarians to bring new disease management practices to producers in the U.S. and in other countries including Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Australia, China and countries in Europe. Dr. Connor is a featured speaker at many industry programs and has published a wide variety of peer reviewed articles on swine health, nutrition, and disease.
Dr. Connor obtained his Doctoral degree in Veterinary Medicine in 1976 from the University of Illinois, and subsequently, an M.S. degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota in 2006, and completed the Executive Veterinary Program in 2009 with the University of Illinois. He is the past President of the American Association of Swine Practitioners and through that Association has received the Allen D. Leman Practice Award and Practitioner of the Year Award.