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At The Meeting… Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison

At The Meeting… Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison At The Meeting… Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison The latest information and research about swine health and production from industry professionals and veterinarians, delivered in a form to help you maximize your time.

What Are The Risk Of ASF Virus Introductions In Other Inputs?

Risk of virus introduction in vitamins, soybean products, and other feed additivesRisk of virus introduction in vitamins, soybean products, and other feed additives Dr. Jennifer van de Ligt, University of Minnesota, shares the differences between hazard and risk as it relates to African Swine Fever, developing risk decision tools, and understanding emerging science around virus surrogates to help develop ASF detectors and defenses [video].

SwineCast 1076, The Squeal on Expecting More From The Evolution Of Genetics And Nutrition, Part 1

SwineCast 1076 Show Notes:
  • Expecting More From The Evolution Of Genetics And Nutrition, Part 1 of 3: This episode focuses on the question "What should we expect from the evolution of genetics and nutrition?", with Dr. John Patience (Iowa State University), Dr. William Herring (PIC's Director Of Global Development), and Dr. Uislei Orlando (PIC's Global Nutrition Director).

SwineCast 1075, Feed Biosecurity And Risk Mitigation

SwineCast 1075 Show Notes:
  • From the 2019 Carthage Swine Conference, Dr. Andrea Hanson, Nutritionist, Carthage System Professional Swine Management, highlights the issues and concerns with the audience on feed biosecurity and risk mitigation.

SwineCast 1073, ATM - Extending PRRS Lessons Learned To Tackle Other Diseases

SwineCast 1073 Show Notes:
  • In this second episode of two part series, 'At The Meeting' Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison looks at how the lessons of PRRS can be applied in to the future to help tackle other diseases.
  • Dr. Montserrat Torremorell (College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota), Dr. Tom Wetzel (Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica), and Dr. Gordon Spronk (Pipestone Veterinary Services) are joined by Dr. Scott Dee (Pipestone Veterinary Services) and Dr. Reid Philips (Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica) to look into the future on how knowledge learned from PRRS can help in other areas.
  • Catch up with Part One

SwineCast 1072, ATM - PRRS History, Major Milestones, and Lessons Learned

SwineCast 1072 Show Notes:
  • In this first episode of a two part series, 'At The Meeting' Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison looks at the lessons learned and milestones made in the history of PRRS.
  • Dr. Montserrat Torremorell (College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota), Dr. Tom Wetzel (Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica), and Dr. Gordon Spronk (Pipestone Veterinary Services) are joined by Dr. Scott Dee (Pipestone Veterinary Services) and Dr. Reid Philips (Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica) to discuss what has happened over the last 30 years of PRRS, what milestones occurred, and what lessons were learned.
  • Continue to Part Two

Explanation And Discussion Of Key Learnings From The Compliance Game

Explanation And Discussion Of Key Learnings From The Compliance GameExplanation And Discussion Of Key Learnings From The Compliance Game Dr. Scott Merrill and Luke Trinity, University of Vermont, share how serious games can help understand serious decision making.

Dr. Merrill and Mr. Trinity look into addressing this question: What affects willingness to invest in biosecurity and willingness to follow biosecurity protocols? Using a simulation approach with agent based modeling, they offer insight into how farm operations staff might behave in certain situations [video].

SwineCast 1070, African Swine Fever Impact on the Markets – Past, Present, and the Future

SwineCast 1070 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Joe Connor, President and founder of Carthage Veterinary Service, LTD, shares his thoughts on "African Swine Fever Impact on the Markets – Past, Present, and the Future" at the 2019 Carthage Swine Conference.
  • Dr. Connor reminds the audience that the economic impacts of African Swine Fever getting into the USA would not only impact US pork production but also US corn and soybean production.

SwineCast 1069, What Are Custom Vaccines? How Do they Work? And What Is Needed To Make Them?

SwineCast 1069 Show Notes:
  • Keith Wilson, DVM, senior professional service veterinarian at Boehringer Ingelheim, shares how custom vaccines are created and what pork producers should expect when custom vaccines are needed on their operations.
  • "Adjuvants are the biggest variable that impact vaccine performance," said Dr. Wilson. "Nearly everything else within a killed vaccine is fixed, such as the antigens and routes of administration."
  • Unlike commercial killed vaccines, custom-made vaccines give producers and veterinarians the option to select an adjuvant that can help solve their herd’s health challenges. Determining the optimal adjuvant to use in a vaccine is critical, because different adjuvants have different abilities when triggering immune responses.

SwineCast 1068, The Squeal on Feeding The PIC Sow, Focus On Farrowing And Wean To Estrus Feeding Programs, Part 3 of 3

SwineCast 1068 Show Notes:
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