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11 barriers to reducing antimicrobial use

Inflexible production systems and high production costs are preventing pig producers from reducing antimicrobial use on pig farms, according to scientists.

Urine-sampling options make it easier to evaluate gilt and sow health

Urine samples are an effective but underutilized diagnostic tool for evaluating the nutritional, physiological and health status of gilts and sows.

Five ways to control scours before they begin

Understanding the cause of scours can help reduce the negative impact of the condition on pig health and growth.

New Zealand pig sector welcomes $18M government biosecurity investment

New Zealand’s pig sector has hailed government plans to spend more than $18M NZD ($12.7 USD) on improving biosecurity as a vital step for the country’s producers.

Time to reboot disease surveillance

US pork production has gone through dramatic changes over recent decades, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the challenge that infectious disease presents. Swine veterinarians, researchers and...

Change to FMD vaccine policy vital to protect US pig sector

The US foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccination policy needs a multi-million dollar overhaul to protect the country’s pig sector from the threat of the disease, farm leaders say.

Microbiome may unlock new ways to treat pig disease

Research into the role of bacteria, viruses and other flora in the gut may offer a new line of defense against diseases in pigs, scientists say.

PCV3 may be a bigger problem than expected

The emergence of novel porcine circovirus-3 (PCV3) in US pig herds requires closer research into whether the disease is commonly circulating in the country’s hog population, scientists 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.

Clay-fortified feed could help optimize pig diets

Natural minerals found in clay could help optimize the quality of pig feed by helping to manage the effects of nutritional imbalances in the gut.


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