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Pig Health Today launches mobile app

Pig Health Today, the world’s only news website focused entirely on swine health, welfare and sustainability, has partnered with sponsor Zoetis to launch a mobile app for Apple and Android devices.

The app allows veterinarians, nutritionists, producers and other pig-health professionals to quickly access the latest developments from the world of swine medicine. Users can also tap Pig Health Today’s rapidly growing library of rich content, which includes articles, videos and podcasts with industry experts.

Launched in June 2017, Pig Health Today has grown significantly over the past 6 months, drawing thousands of page views on its website each week.

To download the Pig Health Today app, visit the Apple Store or Google Play. The mobile app for its sister website, Poultry Health Today, is also available at these sites.

 


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