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Swine health experts in the U.S. have been working to address a particularly pathogenic strain of PRRS. Canadian producers have not identified the variant in Canada yet.
Better understanding small lot pig production will help to build practical resources, says one professional.
This investment, made through the Emergency Processing Fund, supported infrastructure upgrades and the purchase and installation of advanced processing equipment.
If they can be shown to be effective, subunit vaccines offer the potential to provide a cheap and efficient means of protecting pigs from Brachyspira associated swine dysentery.
Research is expected to result in new methods for assessing the health and wellness of pigs.
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It makes sense to test a hog unit’s water just as frequently as the feed, according to Jim Kober, DVM, water quality-consultant, Holland, Michigan.
Dr. Saskia Bloemhof-Abma, genetic services manager America at PIC tells us how PIC's 800 Boar is performing.
Peters Pork Ltd | Between Wroxeter and Lakelet, Ont., Central Canada, Canada
Gowans Feed Consulting | New Hamburg, Ont., Central Canada, Canada
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