Study shows new hope in fighting PEDv

In a new study provided to the American Association of Swine Veterinarians, a group of authors look at a field-based strategy to enhance sow herd immunity to PEDv. FULL STORY »

Taking aim at deadly swine diseases

USDA scientists are stepping up their efforts to help fight deadly swine viruses that are prevalent in other countries and pose a threat to the United States. FULL STORY »

Register now for SowBridge 2014

SowBridge program informs and educates owners, operators, managers and employees on important management topics. It's time to sign-up for the 2014 program. FULL STORY »

Hog weights jump to compensate for PEDv losses

Livestock analysts Steve Meyer and Len Steiner, Inc., believe heavier slaughter weights have been an attempt to make up for reduced hog numbers resulting from Porcine Endemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDv). FULL STORY »

Hubbard Feeds launches new website

Hubbard Feeds’ enhanced web presence provides information on feed specialist, technical reports and more. FULL STORY »

Farrowing room production protocols can impact your bottom line

Can attended farrowings on your farm improve your number of pig born alive? FULL STORY »

New Jersey senator stalls in attempt to override veto

While a New Jersey state senator with strong ties to HSUS gave it his best effort, he didn’t have the votes needed for to override Governor Christie’s veto of the bill to ban maternity pens in the state – this time. FULL STORY »

TOPIGS genetics performing well in Brazil

The 25 top herds with TOPIGS genetics in Brazil weaned 30.4 pigs per sow per year, with 13 liveborn and 12 weaned per litter. The average in Brazil is 12.2 born and 11.2 pigs weaned per litter. FULL STORY »

Focus on biosecurity to help control PEDV this fall, winter

Ongoing research, funded in part by the Pork Checkoff, is continuing to find more solutions to combat and prevent Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) on U.S. farms FULL STORY »

Sow packers to require premises ID tags in 2015

In an effort to improve pre-harvest traceability and improve national disease surveillance in the pork industry, many major U.S. packers and processors will require a USDA-approved, official premises identification number (PIN) swine tag as a condition of sale for breeding stock beginning Jan. 1, 2015. FULL STORY »

Ready-to-go Excenel RTU EZ is easier to use

Zoetis introduces new formulation of popular anti-infective with lower viscosity for ease-of-use. FULL STORY »

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