Dr. Michael Dyck from the University of Alberta discusses "Overhauling Reproductive Management in a Commercial Setting" from the pre-conference workshop at the 2015 Leman Conference. Good information and a good reason to add this pre-conference to your planning for Leman in 2016.
Chief veterinarian for the National Pork Producers Council, Dr. Liz Wagstrom discusses upcoming changes in managing herd health products, who needs to be involved in the record trail and what to watch for.
Dan Kovich, NPPC assistant director of Science and Technology shares outcomes of recent work on the new dietary guidelines (a serious over-reach avoided) and children's nutrition programs (important to maintain) and issues which may not be on the top of a producers agenda.
Dr. Marie Culhane, internationally recognized expert on influenza in swine, joins Dr. Bob Morrison on At The Meeting to discuss influenza from a producer's perspective and shed light on the naming conventions you may encounter. Part 1 of a 3 part series on Influenza from the Morrison Group.
Dr. Mike Apley, Professor, Production Medicine / Clinical Pharmacology at Kansas State, discusses working with government entities to reach positive outcomes in the antibiotic disease resistance battle.
The National Institute for Animal Agriculture seeks to create and atmosphere for conversation and understanding at their annual Antibiotics Symposium. This year is no exception as described by Symposium Moderator Dr. Steve Solomon – Consultant, Global Public Health Consulting.
Dr. Mike Tokach (K-State) shares an overview of the International Conference on Feed Efficiency in Swine which takes place October 21-22 in Omaha. This forum is to share with the industry the findings of research and bring world renown experts on feed efficiency to present the full breadth of knowledge on swine feed efficiency. Targeted audience is those involved in the more technical aspects of pork production, which would appeal to the following:
people involved in the feed, genetics and processing industry