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Researchers from the University of Guelph investigated the feasibility of using insects in nursery pig feed.
Swine health experts are collaborating to improve the diagnosis and treatment of Streptococcus associated infections.
A swine nutritionist with the University of Saskatchewan says, by utilizing coproducts, pork producers and grain producers can maximize the reduction of their carbon footprints.
De Bruyn, a producer from Oxford County, and Schober, a producer from Simcoe County, were acclaimed to the roles at a board meeting on April 6.
Time of weaning has more of an effect on certain stress markers than length of transport, scientist says.
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Swine expert explains the importance of gilt development and how prepubertal vulva traits can have predictive potential for identifying gilts who will reach puberty at a younger age.
In this farm vlog, the farmers are sorting and loading fat hogs to be shipped.
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