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Dr. Darin Madson - From Uterus to Fetus: PCV2 unstable sow herds - PIP


From Uterus to Fetus: PCV2 unstable sow herds - Dr. Darin Madson, Iowa State University, from the 2013 AASV BI Pre-Conference Seminar, March 1, San Diego, CA, USA.

Dr. Jim Lowe - The Chronology of a Cough - PIP


The Chronology of a Cough: Are We Really Looking and Working in the Right Place? - Dr. Jim Lowe, Lowe Consulting Limited, LLC, from the 2013 AASV BI Pre-Conference Seminar, March 1, San Diego, CA, USA.

Dr. Edgar Diaz - Infection Chain: A new perspective on disease management - PIP


Infection Chain: A new perspective on disease management - Dr. Edgar Diaz, Boehringer Ingelheim, from the 2013 AASV BI Pre-Conference Seminar, March 1, San Diego, CA, USA.

What are New Perspectives on Disease Management?

Infection disease managementInfection Chain Concept Dr. Edgar Diaz, Boehringer Ingelheim, aims to provide an informative presentation on the infection chain concept. One of the ideas Dr. Diaz recommends is the idea of "chain thinking": production chain, infection chain, and prevention chain.

PCV2 Infections Aren’t For The Faint Of Heart

PCV2 UnstablePCV2 Infections, What Next? Dr. Darin Madson, Iowa State University, takes a look at the nuances of PCV2 infection. Dr. Madson highlights the PCV2 strains and what outcomes can occur in sick pigs. Dr. Madson suggests that PCV2 infections can manifest as reproductive failure, or be subclinical fetal infection and vaccination strategy and timing is important to decrease PCV2 viremia within the breeding herd.

Do You Hear The First Pig Cough… Or The Last? And When To Treat

Chronology of a CoughChronology of a Cough Dr. Jim Lowe, Lowe Consulting Limited, LLC, presents an approach to understanding coughing in pigs. Dr. Lowe walks through the process of what happens before the cough and what farm production staff tend to do in reaction to a cough. Take aways: What you see in late finishing is merely a reflection of what happened 6-10 months ago in the sow farm; and Vaccines are not the problem nor are they they solution, they are one tool of many that we need to employ.

Dr. Darin Madson - From Uterus to Fetus: PCV2 unstable sow herds


From Uterus to Fetus: PCV2 unstable sow herds - Dr. Darin Madson, Iowa State University, from the 2013 AASV BI Pre-Conference Seminar, March 1, San Diego, CA, USA.

Dr. Jim Lowe - The Chronology of a Cough: Are We Really Looking and Working in the Right Place?


The Chronology of a Cough: Are We Really Looking and Working in the Right Place? - Dr. Jim Lowe, Lowe Consulting Limited, LLC, from the 2013 AASV BI Pre-Conference Seminar, March 1, San Diego, CA, USA.

Dr. Edgar Diaz - Infection Chain: A new perspective on disease management


Infection Chain: A new perspective on disease management - Dr. Edgar Diaz, Boehringer Ingelheim, from the 2013 AASV BI Pre-Conference Seminar, March 1, San Diego, CA, USA.

Is There an Up for Pork Economics?

Show Me the Money: Economic OutlookShow Me the Money! The fiscal year 2012 rode the roller coaster as a tremendous planting season was overshadowed by drought through the summer months. Producers saw profits dwindle away as corn and soybean meal prices skyrocketed and hog prices hovered with discussions of plentiful pork supply. Dr. Meyer shares his insight of what 2013 may hold in store for pork industry economics.
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