Grant Advances Frozen Boar Semen Use

A $900,000 USDA grant will allow researchers to examine how U.S. pork producers can make genetic progress and improve biosecurity measures through the use of frozen boar semen. FULL STORY »

Watch Grain Quality Closely this Harvest

In much of the Corn Belt, cool, wet conditions are delaying harvest, making the corn crop ripe for ear-rot diseases and grain molds. FULL STORY »

Change attitudes to improve animal care

Education, not regulation key to improving animal welfare, says Ohio State University animal scientist. FULL STORY »

Don’t Penny Pinch Your Way to Fewer Pigs

Facing record-high input costs, it’s tempting to focus on cutting expenses. But be wary of the unintended consequences, especially those that negatively affect the breeding herd. FULL STORY »

Developing Gilts for the Long Haul

A long, productive life is important to the sow’s well-being and to a swine breeding operation’s profitability. In recent years, undesirably high sow wastage rates (deaths + culls) have caught the attention of pork producers, veterinarians and researchers. FULL STORY »

The Scoop on Feeding Lactating Sows (Reproduction)

It’s critical that the feeding program for your lactating sows maximizes energy intake and matches nutrient levels to the animal’s feed intake. FULL STORY »

Tips to Keep Lactating Sows Eating (Reproduction)

Lactation weight and fat loss are directly related to lactation feed intake, says Todd See, North Carolina State University swine specialist. FULL STORY »

Tips to Keep Lactating Sows Eating (Reproduction)

Lactation weight and fat loss are directly related to lactation feed intake, says Todd See, North Carolina State University swine specialist. FULL STORY »

Keeping Your Sows Cycling (Reproduction)

Do your mated sows regularly return to estrus or are there other irregularities? Don Levis, University of Nebraska extension swine specialist, provides some reasons why bred sows recycle: FULL STORY »

6 Steps to Troubleshooting Reproductive Failures

Producer question: My herd's reproductive performance is waning. No disease issues are evident. Where else should I look? FULL STORY »

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