health & disease

SwineCast 0832, Management Tips For PRDC And Maintaining Productivity

SwineCast 0832 Show Notes:

Expert insights into PEDv

Expert insights into PEDvPEDv, Where Do We Stand? [audio] Three leading swine veterinarians and researchers give producers a timely, informative overview of porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) virus. The experts will cover what the industry has learned about the disease's impact on production, herd immunity/exposure, diagnostics, mandatory reporting and other important topics [audio].

SwineCast 0829, At The Meeting - PEDv Update From The Morrison Group

SwineCast 0829 Show Notes:
  • Bob Morrison and The Morrison Group dig deep for the latest Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus findings including: 1) National PEDv Incidence Report; 2) Impact on Production and 3) Time to Stability.
  • Link to the Allen D. Leman Conference agenda

SwineCast 0828, What Do Custom Applicators Think About PEDv

SwineCast 0828 Show Notes:
  • What's changed in the custom manure applicator industry as a result of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDv)?  Good friend Bruce Cochrane of talks with Manitoba's Doug Redekop, President and General Manager of Precision Pumping Limited.

SwineCast 0827, Thoughts On Whole Herd Health Management - Noel Garbes

SwineCast 0827 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Noel Garbes of Bethany Swine Health Services discusses the importance of efficiently managing herds on an individual basis while maintaining the health standards expected by top producers.

SwineCast 0825, WPX - NPPC President Hill Recaps WPX Highlights

SwineCast 0825 Show Notes:
  • As the 2014 World Pork Expo drew to a close, finally caught up with producer and National Pork Producers Council President Dr Howard Hill for his take on the information and events of greatest importance.

What PED is Saying?

What PED is Saying... But Are We Listening?Listening? Dr. Dale Polson, Boehringer Ingelheim, presents a production and economic model to reflect the impacts of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv). Dr. Polson shares charts on how farms are bing impacted over time. One of the key take aways: For pork producers to get ahead of the disease and aim to really eliminate PEDV, there needs to be a higher degree of communication, cooperation, coordination, and collaboration than is the norm across the swine industry.
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