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Swine veterinarian shares lessons learned from COVID-19 disruptions

Nothing in his lifetime could have prepared Paul Yeske, veterinarian at Swine Vet Center, for the painful fallout from COVID-19 that hit the clinic and its clients.

COVID-19 lesson for hog farms: Tighten up basic biosecurity

The COVID-19 outbreak reinforces what veterinarians and pork producers already know — biosecurity protocols control disease.

COVID-19 impact on swine industry headlines 2020 virtual Leman Conference

COVID-19’s global-altering tentacles reached the 2020 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference scheduled Sept. 19-22. This year’s conference will be held virtually.

Veterinarians, mind your mental health

Veterinarians deal with stress under the best circumstances. But in this time of difficult decisions for pork producers and those who service them due to COVID-19, maintaining mental health is even...

Maintaining welfare standards in the face of a pandemic

By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd.

What we learned from PED applies to COVID-19

Swine veterinarians and producers may feel déjà vu when they hear about the COVID-19 epidemic in the US.

Managing pig flows when harvest capacity is restricted

By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS, Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd

Finding opportunities to improve pig health during these challenging times

By Joseph F. Connor, DVM, MS, Carthage Veterinary Service

German researchers: Pigs, poultry not susceptible to COVID-19

Scientists in Germany have confirmed that pigs and chickens are not susceptible to COVID-19.


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