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A Nebraska hog farmer has created a campaign to help food banks remain stocked and help producers facing processing challenges.
The confirmation of ASF in Germany could be devastating for the country’s pork industry, which is still dealing with disruptions caused by COVID-19.
The National Pork Producers Council is calling for increased funding for agriculture inspections at U.S. ports of entry to help guard against the entry of foreign animal disease.
A University of Illinois study identifies a sugar that slows the maturation of sperm in pigs, possibly extending sperm storage time within the female reproductive tract.
Pork production is a key component of Minnesota’s agriculture industry with $2.7 billion in annual hog sales in 2019, but this economic engine is being severely challenged.
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Swine veterinarians discuss how the first three months of a pig’s life is a crucial period for gut development that can have a long-lasting impact on health and performance.
While their schooling focused on pigs, veterinarians on the job spend a lot of time working with clients and members of their staff.
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