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UK pig sector sets new targets for critically important antibiotics use

UK pig producers are being asked to reduce their use of certain “critically important” antibiotics under new guidelines adopted by the sector’s independent agency promoting responsible medicine...

Flushing feed mill with treated rice hulls reduces PEDV risk

The porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) taught swine veterinarians and producers many hard lessons about feed management. Not only can the deadly virus be transported by feed ingredients, PEDV...

Positive-pressure ventilation makes a comeback to reduce PRRS transmissions

Producers looking for ways to reduce porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) find positive-pressure ventilation with some modifications works, especially in older building, according to...

Oropharyngeal swabs offer alternative for PRRSV diagnosis in wean-age pigs

Taking oropharyngeal swabs — that is, samples from the tonsils — appears to be an effective alternative means for detecting PRRSV in wean-age pigs, especially when the prevalence of infection is...

Canada making progress in PED eradication

The Canadian pork industry is focused on eradicating Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea from the country, officials say.

Three-step approach for spotting sick sows

A three-pronged approach to observing sows can help identify illness, lower mortality and increase productivity, according to a leading vet.

Nutrition key to reproductive performance of hyper-prolific sows

Finding ways to boost feed intake in hyper-prolific sows is key to ensuring they continue to meet their lifetime reproductive potential.

Breeding productivity provides clues about herd health

Taking a systematic approach to identifying changes in pig productivity could help limit the economic impact of infectious disease, according to scientists.

Joint initiative aims to drive Canada’s pig welfare efforts

A joint government and industry initiative is helping drive Canadian pig producer’s efforts to improve animal welfare standards on their farms.

Consumer communication top priority for Canada’s pig producers

Improving communication with the public and the media must become a top priority for Canada’s pork industry, an industry expert has said.


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