Olson: Pigs in the pasture, Part 1

Linden Olson has seen a lot of changes in the pork industry. Here he writes about moving pigs out in the spring, before indoor pork production became the norm. Here is the first of his two-part article. FULL STORY »

Stakeholders' Summit: What’s agriculture’s response plan?

Alliance annual Stakeholder’s Summit will feature an interactive crisis management simulation. The conference is May 8-9 and there is still time to register. FULL STORY »

Neuberger honored at AASV Annual Meeting

Dr. Darrell Neuberger was recognized as the 2014 Technical Services/Allied Industry Veterinarian of the Year at AASV Annual Meeting this year. FULL STORY »

Bayless is vice-president of business development

Bill Bayless of Sparta, Ill. is named vice-president of business development for Brookside Agra. FULL STORY »

Pork industry launches three-prong strategy to combat PEDv

New funding, research and collaboration will focus on mitigating loss and impact to pork supply from porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv). FULL STORY »

Cyclone Connection: Biosecurity is more important than ever

Preventing disease and keeping animals healthy are part of making production practices easier for employees and more profitable for employers. FULL STORY »

NPPC elects officers

The National Pork Producers Council elects Dr. Howard Hill, Dr. Ron Prestage and John Weber to leadership posts at the National Pork Forum last week. FULL STORY »

Indiana passes ag property trespass law

No "ag-gag" in these laws, but Indiana livestock producers now have some strong protection against trespassers, if Governor Pence signs it into law. FULL STORY »

Olson: The "good old days" weren't that good

It's easy for us to forget what we had to do to take care of pigs before secure indoor housing and efficient manure-handling methods. Linden Olson does an accurate, interesting job of recalling those memories. FULL STORY »

Preventing PEDv: Take another look at biosecurity and nutrition

Quality control and stringent biosecurity measures were once again reaffirmed as the only precautions swine producers can truly take against Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv). FULL STORY »

Feed ingredients potentially involved in PED transmission

The potential exists for feed and/or feed ingredients to serve as a vector for porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) virus, though more research is urgently needed. Some feeds contain spray-dried porcine plasma, and experts are taking a closer look at this product. FULL STORY »

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