At The Meeting

SwineCast 0565, Presentations Reviews from the Omaha American Association of Swine Veterinarians Meeting

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  • The Morrison Group reviews the disease and pathogen elimination presentation from the American Association of Swine Veterinarians, meeting held in March 2010. Dr. Gordon D. Spronk, Pipestone Veterinary Clinic and Pipestone System; Dr. Mark Engle, PIC; Dr. Luc Dufresne, Seaboard Foods; and Dr. Jean Paul Cano, Boehringer Ingelheim, go over some of the presentation highlights and impacts to pork producers and swine veterinarians.

SwineCast 0542, Managing Enzootic Pneumonia Discussion With At The Meeting Team

mp3SwineCast 0542 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Bob Morrison's At The Meeting Group is back to discuss managing Enzootic Pneumonia issues with special guests Dr. Jim Lowe of the Carthage Vet Service and Dr. Erin Johnson, professional services veterinarian at Boehringer-Ingelheim.

SwineCast 0508, At The Meeting - Discussing The Recent International PRRS Symposium

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  • Dr. Bob Morrison and the Morrison Group break down the presentations and information from the International PRRS Conference and the attendent Boehringer-Ingelheim PRRS symposium in Chicago in this most recent 'At The Meeting' episode.

SwineCast 0485, 'At The Meeting' Crew Roundtable on Mycoplasma Research

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SwineCast 0423, At The Meeting Looks At H1N1

SwineCast 0423 Show Notes:
  • Dr Bob Morrison's 'At The Meeting' group discusses the science behind H1N1 and industry issues around the illness

    Are we in the midst of a pandemic scare? How does the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) rationalize herd quarantines and movement restrictions? What preventative measures can you take?

    The genes responsible for naming the influenza virus are explained by Marie Gramer, diagnostician with the University of Minnesota Department of Veterinary Population Medicine (VPM), and Harry Nelson, Director of Communications with the American Association of Swine Practitioners.

    According to Gramer, the disease’s name comes from the emergent pathway of the pig, in part, due to its DNA fingerprint. But, is it evolving and why is the pig labeled as the mixing vesicle?

SwineCast 0388, Chicago PRRS Symposium Breakdown with At The Meeting's Morrison Group

SwineCast 0388 Show Notes:

  • The Morrison Group reviews presentations and concepts of note from the 2008 Chicago PRRS Conference

SwineCast 0341, at the Leman Conference looks at PCV-AD research

SwineCast 0341 Show Notes:

  • Special "At The Meeting" release from the Morrison Group at the Leman Conference looks at PCV-AD research

SwineCast 0319a, reviewing impacts on efficiency at the farm level

SwineCast 0319a Show Notes:

  • Special presentation of Dr. Bob Morrison's "At The Meeting" group reviewing impacts on efficiency at the farm level
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