Swine Program Specialist

Mark Storlie

Swine production management – production pig flow, breeding and farrowing schedules, principles and application of PQA; initiating and utilizing production and financial records for management – marketing, cost control; analysis of nutritional feeding programs; alternative housing options – hoop buildings; mortality composting; contracting considerations – production & marketing; development & communication with employees – production handbooks; development of computer templates for management control or awareness; support of value-added production and marketing systems – organic, sustainable production, direct marketing.

Additional Biographical Information: 

Joined ISU Extension:
June, 1999
Extension Positions/Other Experience:
Storlie Nutrition Services, Owner, 1995-1999; Storlie Farm, Farmer, 1997-1999; PNM Swine Service Center, Nutritionist, 1994-1995; Webel Feeds, Nutritionist, 1992-1994;  Agri-Nutrition Services, Inc., Nutritionist, 1989-1992
Master of Science, North Dakota State University, Swine Nutrition, 1989
Bachelor of Science, North Dakota State University, Animal Science, 1987
Bachelor of Science, North Dakota State University, Agricultural Economics, 1987

P.O. Box 700 201 Clark, Ste. 101
Fayette, IA 52142
Counties Served: 
Howard, Winneshiek, Allamakee, Chickasaw, Butler, Bremer, Fayette, Clayton, Grundy, Black Hawk, Buchanan, Delaware, Dubuque, Tama, Benton, Linn, Jones, Jackson
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