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Fact vs. Fiction – PCV3 Unraveled

Tech Talk – Fact vs. Fiction – PCV3 Unraveled Tech Talk – Fact vs. Fiction – PCV3 Unraveled Dr. Eduardo Fano, Boehringer Ingelheim, updates us on PCV3, and highlights facts versus myths. Some key observations: 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 [video].

Divining Possible Pork Trade Futures

Pork Trade UpdatePork Trade Update From the 2019 Minnesota Pork Congress: Erin Borror, United States Meat Export Federation, provides highlights on the key trade issues and what data is available to help divine what will happen next [video].

What Is The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s Permitting Process?

Navigating the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s Permitting ProcessNavigating the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s Permitting Process George Schwint Jr. and Chuck Peterson, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, outline details on how to connect with the Minnesota permitting process when it comes to expanding or changing your farm operations [video].

Thinking Generational

Transforming Your Generational Sticking PointsTransforming Your Generational Sticking Points Haydn Shaw, People Driven Results, provides inspiration for success and challenges people to re-think their connections with family in a farm business [video].

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].
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