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Since Feb. 2014, when porcine epidemic diarrhea was first identified in Manitoba, the province's pork sector have been working to control the infection.
Brett Israel and his family have overcome challenges and found success and satisfaction in raising certified organic pork at 3Gen Organics.
The Swine Health Information Center credits sector wide cooperation for helping the North American pork industry prepare for and defend against African swine fever.
Researchers investigated the effect of social structure and management on the spread of infectious disease in wild pig populations.
The virus can impact pigs differently depending on sex and age, though most can experience gastrointestinal distress.
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Success in pork production starts with a well-managed sow herd that cycles together and on time. Unfortunately, reproductive problems can derail the breeding process.
This Canadian pig farmer shows viewers what a typical night shift during farrowing might look like.
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