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The seventh annual Iowa Swine Day will feature speakers addressing important issues facing pork producers.
A research project led by the Iowa Pork Industry Center at Iowa State University seeks to increase pork producers’ profits by improving the survivability of their animals.
The 2019 Iowa Swine Day will bring expert speakers to Ames to address African Swine Fever, what makes a biosecurity program successful, improving company culture, precision pork production and feeding the high-producing sow.
Each species of livestock reacts to heat differently. However, the common principle is to maintain good ventilation, provide shade and access to clean, cool water, and limit moving animals during the hottest hours of the day.
The International Conference on Pig Survivability is set for Oct. 28-29 in Omaha, Nebraska. The conference will offer a discussion of current information on swine mortality.
The Iowa Pork Industry Center at Iowa State University is helping promote a podcast on the topic of pig survivability.
The Iowa Pork Industry Center at Iowa State University is announcing changes to the International Conference on Pig Survivability.
When the COVID-19 pandemic challenged the pork industry, Iowa State University and ISU Extension and Outreach responded with answers.