Strategic Plan

Are You Prepared for a Foreign Animal Disease In The USA?

Preparing for a Foreign Animal Disease: An overview of the Secure Pork Supply PlanPreparing for a Foreign Animal Disease: An overview of the Secure Pork Supply Plan Dr. Dave Wright, Wright Veterinary Services, shared the Secure Pork Supply story for producers to really internalize. Dr. Wright emphasized that being prepared through practices and education is key. One starting point is to get a National Premises Identification Number [video].

Dr. Dave Wright - Preparing for a Foreign Animal Disease: An overview of the Secure Pork Supply Plan


Preparing for a Foreign Animal Disease: An overview of the Secure Pork Supply Plan - Dr. Dave Wright, Wright Veterinary Services, from the 2018 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 16 - 17, 2018, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Dr. Heidi Vesterinen, Dr. Riikka Soininen - Establishing Likelihood Estimations for FMD Exposure and Spread Due to the Movement


Establishing Likelihood Estimations for FMD Exposure and Spread Due to the Movement of Weaned Pigs - Dr. Heidi Vesterinen, Dr. Riikka Soininen, from the 2017 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 16-19, 2017, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

SwineCast 0962, Pork Forum - National Pork Board CEO Report With Bill Even

SwineCast 0962 Show Notes:

Dr. Patrick Webb - Coordinated, National Transboundary Disease Response Plan


Coordinated, National Transboundary Disease Response Plan - Dr. Patrick Webb, from the 2016 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 17-20, 2016, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

Growing A Diversified Business In Agriculture And Food

Growth Of A Pig Production Business: Consumer Challenges, Strategy, and OpportunitiesGrowth Of A Pig Production Business: Consumer Challenges, Strategy, and Opportunities Dr. Bradley Wolter, President, Dr. Aaron Gaines, VP, of Technology & Support Operation, and Julie Berling, Senior Director, Strategic Insights and Communications, The Maschhoffs, bring thoughts on developing a pork business in the light of consumer challenges, changes in strategy, and staying true to a core set of beliefs and values [video].

Dr. Bradley Wolter, Dr. Aaron Gaines, Ms. Julie Berling - Growth Of A Pig Production Business


Growth Of A Pig Production Business: Consumer Challenges, Strategy, and Opportunities - Dr. Bradley Wolter, President, Dr. Aaron Gaines, VP, of Technology & Support Operation, and Julie Berling, Senior Director, Strategic Insights and Communications, The Maschhoffs, from the 2016 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, September 17-20, 2016, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

Planning Is A Must For Veterinary Feed Directive Changes

Antibiotic UpdateAntibiotic Update Dr. Dave Pyburn, National Pork Board, points out the changes around the Veterinary Feed Directive is a big change and that planning now is very important. His one key message: "Be Ready" for the new antibiotic changes and stay informed on VFD and related regulations [video].

What Steps Are You Taking On Swine Diseases?

Recognition, Prevention and Control of Swine DiseasesRecognition, Prevention and Control of Swine Diseases Dr. Bryan Myers, Pipestone Veterinary Clinic, presents on how to identify, prevent, and control swine diseases in pig barns. Dr. Myers states planning is key to help handle issues when they occur. Dr. Myers details step by step actions barn managers and staff should have in their plans [video].

Turn Record Keeping Into Improved Operations

Keeping Records for your Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) PermitKeeping Records for your Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) Permit Michael Heaton, Environmental Scientist, Missouri DNR, opens with the comment that many farm operations he sees have trouble keeping records. Keeping records are important to help protect the environment, farm operations are more likely to fix issues when written down, and the law demands the information to help improve the large picture of farming and agriculture [video].
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