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Late-weaned, parity-1 sows benefit from skipped cycle
Gilts entering a farrowing room face some big demands for animals still maturing while supporting their first litters. Skipping a breeding cycle can let these sows put...
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Real-world confirmation of virus survival in feed ingredients
It’s well known today that several swine viruses can survive in feed ingredients under laboratory research conditions. But how does that translate to the real world?
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Weighing the sustainability benefits of immunological castration in Europe
Immunological castration has the potential to make swine production more sustainable — but sometimes the goals of sustainability conflict. What tools can help...
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Reduce sow mortality with documentation and intervention
The cause of high sow-mortality rates may be tough to determine, but producers can take steps to address the problems and lower rates, according to Randy Jones, DVM,...
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Suvaxyn® PRRS MLV protects against highly pathogenic PRRSV-1 field strain
DISCOVERIES: Pigs vaccinated with Suvaxyn®️ PRRS MLV at 1 day of age had less viremia and nasal shedding than unvaccinated pigs when challenged with a virulent...
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Well-developed gilts create foundational success
For replacement gilts to be successful, the farm needs a well-established, well-managed and continually maintained plan, said Joel Sparks, DVM, with AMVC in Audubon,...
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Late-weaned, parity-1 sows benefit from skipped cycle
Gilts entering a farrowing room face some big demands for animals still maturing while supporting their first litters. Skipping a breeding cycle can let these sows put...
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Developing data-driven biosecurity programs
Pablo Moreno, DVM, Swine Veterinary and Production International Service LLC, recently spoke with Pig Health Today about implementing best biosecurity practices.
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People play a key role in influenza control
Farm staff should be mindful of the role they play in controlling influenza. A University of Minnesota study showed that more than a quarter of farm staff tested...
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Reduce sow mortality with documentation and intervention
The cause of high sow-mortality rates may be tough to determine, but producers can take steps to address the problems and lower rates, according to Randy Jones, DVM,...
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Evaluating risk factors for umbilical defects
On the farm, swine caregivers tend to lump umbilical hernias and umbilical abscesses under the single category of umbilical defects. What are the risk factors for these...
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Mycoplasma elimination versus control: What course is best for your farm?
TOOLBOX, Issue 22: David A. Baumert, DVM, Senior Area Veterinarian, Pork Technical Services, Zoetis, recently talked with editors of Pig Health Today about Mycoplasma...
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