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Linhares: Digging deeper into PRRS outbreak management
PRRS has challenged producers and swine veterinarians for decades. During that time, outbreak management and strategies have evolved along with the virus.
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How to manage herd closure for PRRS elimination
Herd closures to eliminate porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) are on the increase due in part to the virulent variant identified as PRRS 1-4-4 L1C.
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Deen: We’re underestimating the cost of sow mortality
When a sow doesn’t reach her full potential, the cost to the farm and the income stream of the sow herd is often “grossly underestimated,” said John Deen, DVM,...
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Understanding which farm factors drive Influenza infection
US producers and veterinarians have seen an influx of different types of influenza viruses in the last 10 to 15 years, and that is a major reason why influenza is more...
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Filtration audits help prepare for PRRS season
Regular biosecurity checks with a close look at filtration and ventilation systems will help prevent the spread of airborne pathogens like porcine reproductive and...
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Forecasting swine disease outbreaks
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have been working on a predictive model to forecast when a disease outbreak may occur on a farm.
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New claim provides flexible dosing for M. hyo medication
Pork producers battling swine respiratory disease associated with Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyo) now have more flexibility when using Lincomix® (lincomycin...
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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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Linhares: Digging deeper into PRRS outbreak management
PRRS has challenged producers and swine veterinarians for decades. During that time, outbreak management and strategies have evolved along with the virus.
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Three ways to assess your herd’s ‘positive welfare state’
The “Five Freedoms” have been the foundation for establishing sound animal welfare practices since they were developed in 1965. Now, more than 50 years later,...
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Pork’s future relies on trust throughout the pork value chain
In the end, raising hogs is about producing pork, and continuous success depends on building customers’ trust, listening to expectations and meeting their needs.
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Piglet pain control during castration still needs answers
Castrating male piglets to prevent boar taint at market age is a common occurrence on US hog farms. However, as consumer interest in on-farm practices and animal...
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