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Aptimmune Manufacturing & Development Update

Manufacturing & Development UpdateManufacturing & Development Update Steve Berger, Development Director, Aptimmune, provides an update on the manufacturing and development of Barricade [video].

Population Management Using Genomics (ROH)

Population Management Using Genomics (ROH)Population Management Using Genomics (ROH) Dr. Jeremy Howard, University of Nebraska, presents research and approaches to better understand your herds through genomics. Genomic information can help identify regions that give rise to reduced performance and low genetic diversity [video].

The Midwest: Moving Toward North Carolina Winters and Arkansas Summers

Climate Change, Big Rains, And Impact On Lake ErieClimate Change, Big Rains, And Impact On Lake Erie Dr. Aaron Wilson, Ohio State University, shares that climate and weather are related but different. Dr. Wilson details the differences and their impact on growing crops. Dr. Wilson highlights data that shows how the growing zones are shifting and the impacts to agriculture. Dr. Wilson shares predictions that states like Ohio, through 2095, will move to having winters like North Carolina today and summers like Arkansas today [video].

Science & Consumer Perception Changes Need Attention

Industry Discussing Science & Consumer PerceptionIndustry Discussing Science & Consumer Perception Pork Forum 2018 Industry Discussing Science & Consumer Perception - Moderated by Michael Specter, staff writer at The New Yorker and the author of the book Denialism. Panel includes Dr. Kevin Wells, University of Missouri; Dr. Bradley Wolter, The Maschhoffs; Dr. Dan Kovich, National Pork Producers Council; Charlie Arnot, CEO, The Center for Food Integrity [video].

How Are You Dealing With Rodents In Your Buildings?

Integrated Pest Management of Rodents in Swine FacilitiesIntegrated Pest Management of Rodents in Swine Facilities Dr. Danny L. McDonald, Poultry and Livestock Entomologist, MWI Animal Health, talks about integrated pest management of rodents in swine facilities. Dr. McDonald reminds people that rodents are a biosecurity hazard to any farm because they can get into and out places without notice. Dr. McDonald shares many of the animal disease vectors rodents can carry plus mentioned rodents consume feed resources and damage building infrastructures. Dr. McDonald closes with options and tools for rodent management [video].
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