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Author Archive: Susan Spiegel

Steps to keep the incidence of stillborns at bay

by Megan Schnur, DVM Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. Carthage, Illinois

Minimise weaning stress to maximise piglet performance

Minimising the amount of stress piglets go through can help limit health issues and growth checks associated with weaning, according to a pig health specialist.

New forms of swine influenza pose tough but manageable challenges

New strains of the swine influenza virus continue to emerge, making it difficult for pork producers to manage, two experts who specialize in the disease of food animals said at a recent webinar...

Pig care, disease prevention are top goals for this vet

In a video produced as part of the Vets on Call series, Dr. Paul Ruen explains that pigs are social creatures who like to be in groups.

Prevention the key to swine flu protection

Swine influenza cannot be treated once it is in a herd, so finding ways to prevent it from infecting animals is key to keeping pigs healthy this winter.

Europe bans zinc oxide in pig feed

Europe’s farmers have been given five years to phase out the use of zinc oxide in pig feed.

Pig feed reminder over African Swine Fever concerns

UK pig keepers are being reminded to avoid feeding animals food waste and check their biosecurity measures to help prevent outbreaks of diseases such as African Swine Fever (ASF).

Learn from poultry farmers to cut antibiotic use, pig producers told

The UK pig sector should look to poultry farmers to learn how to limit antibiotic use, according to an animal health expert.

Modified virus leads to African swine fever vaccine potential

Scientists have discovered a way to modify the African swine fever virus (ASFV) to reduce its ability to cause infection and protect pigs from a strain that causes severe disease. Researchers at the...

Disease control ‘best practice’ key to limiting ASF risks

Sharing best practice in fighting African swine fever (ASF) is critical to preventing the spread of the disease in Europe, say food safety experts.


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