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July 22, 2021

Johnson: Five steps for porcine circovirus control

Evolving strains of porcine circovirus (PCV) mean careful monitoring and updating management strategies are key to controlling disease associated with ...
July 20, 2021

Reducing PRRS outbreaks by using air filtration: What you need to know

Jeff Feder, DVM, with Swine Vet Center (SVC), has spent 15 years fine-tuning filtration systems in client hog barns. Today, ...
July 14, 2021

Forecasting swine disease outbreaks

Researchers want to move from monitoring disease in the US pig population to actually forecasting if and when a potential ...
June 25, 2021

Sundberg: Ramping up African swine fever preparedness and prevention

US producers have seen the devastating impact of African swine fever (ASF) in other countries. The ultimate goal is to ...

Why it pays to conduct regular water-quality checkups

Water is as important for the growth and health of pigs as feed. As such, it makes sense to test ...
June 15, 2021

Strep suis continuously challenges US herds

It’s not unrealistic to say that if you checked the nasal cavities or tonsils of any group of pigs, you ...
June 9, 2021

Revised herd classifications expand the PRRS road map

Since its introduction in 2011, the system to classify breeding herds according to their porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus ...
June 2, 2021

Combat seasonal infertility with strong husbandry

Seasonal infertility continues to be a widespread problem for sow herds across the US. And if you don’t have a ...
June 1, 2021

Rethinking colostrum management and piglet survivability

Colostrum is vital to piglet survival but managing intake may benefit from some fresh thinking, according to Kara Stewart, associate ...

Connor: Innovation driven by necessity and opportunity

The pork industry has had a tremendous number of innovations over the years, said Joe Connor, DVM, in an interview ...
May 22, 2021

More accurate gilt testing needed to detect Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae

Sow herds seeking negative Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyo) status should use accurate gilt surveillance methods. Research conducted by Alyssa Betlach, DVM, ...
April 19, 2021

Connor: Cautious optimism in future management of ASF

African swine fever (AFS) has not been diagnosed in the US, but many industry experts feel its arrival is inevitable. ...
April 1, 2021

Not making biosecurity improvements can cost more than making them

Biosecurity ranks high on the list of concerns for swine veterinarians who want hog units tightened up to reduce disease. ...

Virus persistence challenges PRRS management strategies

Eliminating porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is a promising achievement for some commercial herds and a goal for ...
February 11, 2021

Johnson: Batch farrowing shows benefits

Disease challenges eat into time and profits, and are all too common on US pig farms. That is one reason ...
January 20, 2021

Water: An often-overlooked factor in pig health

Water doesn’t get the attention it deserves because it is abundant, easy to access and inexpensive, but that will change ...
December 16, 2020

Deen: Batch farrowing requires ‘different mindset’

Batch farrowing used to be a common practice, but as farms got bigger, continuous-flow production became the norm. Now it ...
November 20, 2020

From veterinarian to forensic detective: Solving a mysterious swine disease

In fall 2019, a client called into Four Star Veterinary Service clinic in Mexico, Indiana, and reported the loss of ...
November 5, 2020

Inadequate iron supplements lead to subclinical anemia in young pigs

A field trial evaluating iron supplementation for baby pigs found the typical 200 mg iron shot at birth is not ...
November 2, 2020

Client stress key factor in swine health programs

While their schooling focused on pigs, veterinarians on the job spend a lot of time working with clients and members ...
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