Consider vitamin boost for health-challenged pigs

The winter months can challenge young pigs’ immune systems. Vitamins can play an important role in supporting pig health. FULL STORY »

Sterling Profit Tracker: Farrow to finish margins down

Pork producers are still well in the black on returns, though margins fell slightly last week. FULL STORY »

Corn-after-corn management tips

High corn prices have nudged growers to increase the proportion of corn acres. Here are some management tips to follow when planting corn after corn. FULL STORY »

Danisco achieves FDA approval for cost-effective phytase for pigs

Danisco Animal Nutrition, a subsidiary of DuPont, recently achieved an FDA agreement for Axta PHY, a highly cost-effective phytase for pigs. 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 »

Hubbard Feeds launches new website

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

Market Commentary: Weaner breakevens down $1.36

Weaner pig breakeven margins are down slightly due to lower hog futures, but still healthy at $106.12 over variable costs. 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 »

Virginia Tech veterinary researcher focuses on PCV2

Shannon Matzinger is using a postdoctoral fellowship through the U.S. Department of Agriculture to study porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2). FULL STORY »

Cooney: Weaner breakevens significantly higher

A $4.30 increase in hog futures last week drove a $7.86 per head increase in the weaner pig breakeven. The number of reported weaner pigs sold on a formula basis was below average with 40,320 head being reported. FULL STORY »

Scientists trace PEDv to China

A virus deadly to baby pigs that has roiled the U.S. pork industry likely originated in the Anhui Province of China and may have evolved from a virus seen in bats, according to a report by veterinary researchers at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. FULL STORY »

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