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Virulent PRRS outbreaks in grow-finish require fast action to cut losses
A particularly difficult variant of the porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus recently hit hog farms in south-central Minnesota.
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Don’t lose sight of M. hyo while battling other swine pathogens
TOOLBOX, Issue 1: An interview with Lucina Galina Pantoja, DVM, PhD, Director, Swine Technical Services, Zoetis 
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Research continues to dig for POP answers
Searching for strategies to alter the course of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) in sows has been a long, slow climb with progress coming little by little. At the heart of...
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Rethinking colostrum management and piglet survivability
Colostrum is vital to piglet survival but managing intake may benefit from some fresh thinking, according to Kara Stewart, associate professor of animal science at...
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Molecular diagnostic tools help distinguish wild-type and vaccine strains of PRRSV
Challenges associated with controlling porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) have resulted in the increased use of molecular diagnostic tests and...
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How to tackle mortality-causing lameness in finishing hogs
Lameness is now the leading cause of mortality in mid- to late-finishing pigs. How did lameness develop into such a big problem?
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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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Pharmacology explains efficacy of Draxxin® for SRD
DISCOVERIES, Issue 27: Pharmacologic research demonstrating how Draxxin® (tulathromycin) injection behaves in the pig explains why this antimicrobial remains a...
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Sow mortality trends: Experts dissect the current state of affairs
Keeping sow mortality rates in check is critical to a farm’s productivity and cost structure. Yet in recent years, the US pork industry has seen sow mortality rise.
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Swine experts discuss sow-care challenges, solutions and future needs
The sow herd is the engine that drives a hog farm’s downstream productivity. But since the 1990s, sow mortality has been on the rise across the country.
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Measuring the direct and indirect costs of sow mortality
When breeding animals die, are culled prematurely, or need to be humanely euthanized, there are direct costs involved with the outcome, but the indirect costs are less...
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Water: An often-overlooked factor in pig health
Water doesn’t get the attention it deserves because it is abundant, easy to access and inexpensive, but that will change in the future, said John Patience, PhD,...
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