Modeling the Survival of Foreign Animal Diseases in Feed Ingredients From China to the US Dr. Scott Dee at Pipestone Veterinary Services is tracking feed components as possible disease vectors. He shares some thoughts on this with, highlighting several of the experiments run to prove viruses can survive container shipping from over seas. Dr. Dee suggests that all the touch points along the feed ecosystem pathway need attention so producers and feed mill operators can evaluate and respond to the risks [video].
Swine Health Trends from ISU Vet Diagnostic Lab - Dr. Rodger Main, Iowa State University; Dr. Pablo Pineyro, Iowa State University, from the 2017 Iowa Pork Congress, January 25-26, Des Moines, IA, USA.
Veterinary Feed Directives Are Here: What Have You Done? - Dr. Chris Rademacher, Iowa State University; Jeff Verzal, IDALS; Dr. Paul Thomas, AMVC, from the 2017 Iowa Pork Congress, January 25-26, Des Moines, IA, USA.
Dr. Scott Dee at Pipestone Veterinary Services is tracking feed components as possible disease vectors. In this conversation with Bruce Cochrane, he shares highlights of his presentation at Banff on the issue.
Modeling the Survival of Foreign Animal Diseases in Feed Ingredients From China to the US - Dr. Scott Dee, Pipestone Veterinary Services, from the 2017 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 17 - 18, 2017, Minneapolis, MN, USA.
Antibiotics in the Future Tense: How the Last 5 Years Have Set the Course Dr. Mike Apley, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, helps pork producers understand where the swine business is with respect to antibiotic use, now that the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) rules are now in place. Dr. Apley closes with comments to producers on the idea of "If we want to keep antibiotics" and "Things that just aren’t true" about antibiotics in agriculture [video].