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On the road again? Be careful not to pig out
Swine veterinarians putting in long days on the road caring for pigs should be just as cognizant of their own health and nutritional needs.
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Smithfield veterinarian aims to connect dots on animal welfare
For Mary Battrell, DVM, a swine veterinarian for Smithfield Foods, animal welfare is the connection between animal health, well-being and performance; and optimizing...
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Impact of control options for Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis
Helping piglets make a smooth transition at weaning is always a priority, but bacterial pathogens such as Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis can make that goal...
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Debriefing: Retrospective on the VFD experience
By Clayton Johnson, DVM Carthage Veterinary Service Integrated Veterinary Network
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Processing fluids hold promise for PCV2 testing on sow farms
Understanding the pathogen status of a sow herd helps determine the prevention, control and treatment options to protect piglets as they grow. For PCV2 there is no...
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Watch your Strep: Keep your guard up for this evolving bacterium
Few things remain the same for long on a hog farm. By the very nature of today’s production system, pigs are continuously moving on or off a site. One thing that...
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It’s back: Clinical outbreak of PCV2 in genetic herds reported
A clinical outbreak of porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) occurred this past winter in otherwise healthy, well-vaccinated herds, Clayton Johnson, DVM, of Carthage...
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Know the feed risk factors for African swine fever
As African swine fever (ASF) continues its insidious spread through China and surrounding countries, the need to keep it out of US herds becomes more imperative.
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National ASF-surveillance plan: What you need to know
The pork industry leans heavily on diagnostics to minimize the impact of disease, but they’re especially critical for monitoring African swine fever (ASF) and other...
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A simple scoring system can provide insights into tail biting and lameness
Tail biting and lameness directly impact the well-being of growing pigs, which in turn impacts their productivity and the farm’s economics.
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Resurgence of ‘old’ bacterial diseases in pigs: Why?
Three bacterial diseases considered under control recently flared up creating new challenges in hog operations. The older diseases include Haemophilus parasuis...
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Impact of control options for Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis
Helping piglets make a smooth transition at weaning is always a priority, but bacterial pathogens such as Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis can make that goal...
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