About 50% of wean-to-finish sites tested positive with wild type PRRS virus in the 10-month Midwest field study.
- Early detection key to controlling ASF spread
- Is U.S. pork industry ready for African swine fever?
- What do we know about PRRS in grow/finish? Not much
- Soybean meal may provide energy boost for swine
- Tips offered for feeding fumonisin-infected corn to swine
- Meta-analysis: Fermented feed ingredients can improve daily growth in pigs
- SHIC-supported disease monitoring provides PRRS prevention tools
- FFAR, NPB funds research to detect, understand ASF virus
A product, based on proprietary fungal fermented rye, is aimed at supporting pig farmers as they move away from a reliance on antibiotics for herd management
UK company, Premier Nutrition, has launched a feed ingredients matrix, with global relevance, to help nutritionists formulate livestock rations more accurately.
Expanding the understanding of how long African Swine Fever survives in complete feed and feed ingredients and tracking the virus’ half-life may improve
Adding choice white grease may improve weaned-pig feed efficiency during normal and heat-stressed conditions, while feeding supplemental copper may boost growth
Following the release of their findings on some of the factors affecting sow colostrum yield and composition, an academic team is now concentrating on studying