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Approaches To Reducing Farm Energy Costs

Electric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine FarmsElectric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine Farms Michael Reese, University of Minnesota, details usable research info that will help swine farms evaluate what electric and thermal energy strategies are viable. Several key take home messages: 1) Energy efficiency upgrades can have a short-term return-on-investment, 2) Reputable contractors are available to remove complexities, and 3) There still exist state, federal, and utility grants and incentives [video].

Have Virus, Will Travel?

Modeling the Survival of Foreign Animal Diseases in Feed Ingredients From China to the USModeling 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].

Dr. Lowell Catlett - Best Time Ever To Be In Agriculture, The Five Trends That Will Make It Even Better!


Best Time Ever To Be In Agriculture, The Five Trends That Will Make It Even Better! - Dr. Lowell Catlett, Regents Professor in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business and Extension Economics and the Dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University, Retired, from the 2017 Iowa Pork Congress, January 25-26, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Dr. Rodger Main, Dr. Pablo Pineyro - Swine Health Trends from ISU Vet Diagnostic Lab


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.

Dr. Nick Gabler - Evaluation of Antibiotic Alternatives for Nursery Pigs


Evaluation of Antibiotic Alternatives for Nursery Pigs - Dr. Nick Gabler, Iowa State University, from the 2017 Iowa Pork Congress, January 25-26, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Dr. Chris Rademacher, Jeff Verzal, Dr. Paul Thomas - Veterinary Feed Directives Are Here: What Have You Done?


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. Lee Johnston - Research on Electric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine Farms


Research on Electric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine Farms - Dr. Lee Johnston, University of Minnesota, from the 2017 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 17 - 18, 2017, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Michael Reese - Electric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine Farms


Electric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine Farms - Michael Reese, University of Minnesota, from the 2017 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 17 - 18, 2017, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

The Future In Agriculture Is Bright

Best Time Ever To Be in AgricultureBest Time Ever To Be in Agriculture Dr. Lowell Catlett, retired Dean of the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University, shares thoughts on the future of agriculture while weaving in threads of technology's future and consumer demand throughout. Dr. Catlett, with enthusiasm and spirit, says this is the best time to be in agriculture [video].
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