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SwineCast 1065, African Swine Fever Prevention and Preparedness Makes Great Strides

SwineCast 1065 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Paul Sundberg, Swine Health Information Center, shares with Bruce Cochrane of Farmscape how state animal health officials and industry are working together in both African Swine Fever (ASF) prevention and preparedness.

Keeping African Swine Fever Out: Pipestone Perspective

African Swine Fever Virus Update: Pipestone PerspectiveAfrican Swine Fever Virus Update: Pipestone Perspective Dr. Scott Dee and Dr. Gordon Spronk, Pipestone Veterinary Services, share their experiences on how to keep African Swine Fever out of the U.S.

Dr. Dee provides a reminder on the evidence that many viruses can survive a long time in extreme conditions. And Drs. Dee and Spronk emphasize that it is a lot better to keep foreign animal diseases out than to have to handle them if they get into the U.S. [video].

SwineCast 1062, What Is Emerging Technology In Animal Agriculture?

SwineCast 1062 Show Notes:
  • Andy Brudtkuhl, Director of Emerging Technologies at the National Pork Board, shares how the NPB is helping pork producers learn about and apply of emerging technology to help advance their businesses.

SwineCast 1061, Vitamins Are Key And What Do Producers Want From Their Veterinarians

SwineCast 1061 Show Notes:
  • From the 2019 American Association of Swine Veterinarians, a series of conversations with experts on vitamins for pigs and market research showing what producers want from their veterinarians.
    • Dr. Rob Stuart with Stuart Products, Inc. sharing how vitamins are key to health pigs.
    • Next, Russ Siakel with Corey Grass Consulting highlights market research showing what producers want from the veterinarians.

SwineCast 1060, Fact vs. Fiction - PCV3 Unraveled

SwineCast 1060 Show Notes:
  • From the 2019 Boehringer Ingelheim AASV Pre-Symposium on March 8 in Orlando, FL:
    • Dr. Eduardo Fano, Boehringer Ingelheim, updates us on PCV3, and highlights facts versus myths.
      1. PCV3 is widespread in the U.S. and co-infections with PCV2 and PRRSV are commonly found in PCV3 samples,
      2. Clinical association: PDNS, Multi-systemic, reproductive failure, PRDC and tremors, and
      3. Reproductive Failure has been the most consistent clinical association.

SwineCast 1059, IAV-S Control: Reminders of What Made Whole Herd Approach a Success

SwineCast 1059 Show Notes:
  • From the 2019 Boehringer Ingelheim AASV Pre-Symposium on March 8 in Orlando, FL:
    • Dr. Christa Goodell with Boehringer Ingelheim, shares information on Influenza A virus in swine (IAV-S) control and reminds us of what made the Whole Herd Approach a success.

SwineCast 1058, The Squeal on Disease Elimination In Swine Farms

SwineCast 1058 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Bill Hollis (Carthage Veterinary Service), Dr. Jer Geiger (PIC), and Dr. Jean Paul Cano (PIC) discuss disease elimination, which is becoming ever more important as the industry works to reduce antibiotic use.

Panel - Don’t Fear the Future

Don’t Fear the Future: A Discussion About the Challenges and Opportunities AheadA Discussion About the Challenges and Opportunities Ahead In a panel moderated by Dr. John Waddell (Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Senior Professional Services Veterinarian), Dr. Dave Bomgaars (President at RC Family Farms and Orange City Veterinary Clinic), Dr. Jim Lowe (Associate Professor and Director of the i-Learning Center, College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois), and Bill Davis (Boehringer Ingelheim Director of Government Affairs) discuss the issues of critical importance today with the pork industry and thoughts on the future [video].

IAV-S Control: Reminders of What Made Whole Herd Approach (WHA) a Success

Tech Talk – IAV-S Control: Reminders of What Made Whole Herd Approach (WHA) a SuccessTech Talk – IAV-S Control: Reminders of What Made Whole Herd Approach (WHA) a Success Dr. Christa Goodell, Boehringer Ingelheim, shares information on IAV-S control and reminds us of what made the Whole Herd Approach a success [video].

Economic & Production Benefit of 2 PRRS MLV Doses

Tech Talk –  Economic & Production Benefit of 2 PRRS MLV Doses Compared to a Single Dose Vaccination Program in Growing PigsTech Talk – Economic & Production Benefit of 2 PRRS MLV Doses Compared to a Single Dose Vaccination Program in Growing Pigs Dr. Cesar A.A. Moura, Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, Iowa State University, shares research and analysis on the production and economic benefit of 2 PRRS MLV doses compared to a single dose vaccination program on growing pigs. [video].
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