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Mycoplasma elimination possible, but more difficult on farrow-to-finish sites
With the right program in place, eliminating mycoplasma pneumonia is possible on many hog farms.
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Larger litters, more competition for colostrum make pigs more susceptible to clostridial enteritis
By Daniel A. Nelson, PhD, Senior nutritionist, pork technical services, Zoetis
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Sow pads show promise for reducing shoulder sores, related infections
During farrowing and lactation, sows can easily develop shoulder sores, which in turn become infected.  Could a little padding help?   
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Hit delete: Vet says you don’t have to live with mycoplasma
M. hyo is a bacterium that US producers don’t have to live with. Elimination can be successful and cost-effective.
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Biosecurity: A practical approach
By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS, Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd.. Carthage, Illinois
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Foreign animal diseases and the line of last resort
By Larry Rueff, DVM, Swine Veterinary Services, Greensburg, Indiana
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Is fogging an M. hyo-elimination option for your swine herd?
Paul Yeske, DVM, with the Swine Vet Center in St. Peter, Minn., has seen repeatable success with M. hyo elimination, along with the downstream effect of lower cost of...
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Researchers expand understanding of virus transmission in feed
As African swine fever virus continues to march across the globe, the US pork sector is laser focused on keeping it from reaching the homeland.
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Feed, water, air and comfort: Keys to prevent tail biting
Tail biting in pigs remains something of a mystery. What triggers a pig or pigs to bite tails? Why do some express this vice and others do not?
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Rate of PCV2 recombination not widely recognized
TOOLBOX, Issue 16: An interview with Meggan Bandrick, DVM, PhD Associate Director, Global Biologics Research, Zoetis
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Hit delete: Vet says you don’t have to live with mycoplasma
M. hyo is a bacterium that US producers don’t have to live with. Elimination can be successful and cost-effective.
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Biosecurity: A practical approach
By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS, Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd.. Carthage, Illinois
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