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BI-SHS2009: Field Evaluation of Different PCV2 Vaccination Protocols

BI-SHS2009: Field Evaluation of Different PCV2 Vaccination Protocols – Dr. Joel Nerem, Pipestone Veterinary Clinic, at the Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Swine Health Seminar during the 2009 AASV Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA.

BI-SHS2009: Experiences with the Subclinical Control of PCV2

BI-SHS2009: Experiences with the Subclinical Control of PCV2 - Dr. John Waddell, at the Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Swine Health Seminar during the 2009 AASV Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA.

BI-SHS2009: Use of PCVAD Vaccines Under Different Protocols

BI-SHS2009: Use of PCVAD Vaccines Under Different Protocols – Dr. Paul Yeske, at the Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Swine Health Seminar during the 2009 AASV Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA.

BI-SHS2009: Ingelvac CircoFLEX-MycoFLEX vs. Circumvent PCV and RespiSure 1 One

BI-SHS2009: Ingelvac CircoFLEX-MycoFLEX vs. Circumvent PCV and RespiSure 1 One – Dr. Ernest Sanford, at the Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Swine Health Seminar during the 2009 AASV Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA.

BI-SHS2009: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers About PCV2 Vaccination

BI-SHS2009: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers About PCV2 Vaccination – Dr. Tanja Opriessnig, Iowa State University, at the Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. Swine Health Seminar during the 2009 AASV Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA.

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2009 IPC: Pork Industry Economic Update

Managing Inputs and Marketing: Where Do We Go From Here? Dr. Steve Meyer, Paragon Economics, Inc., from the 2009 Iowa Pork Congress, January 28 - 29, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Feed ingredient costs have fallen from record highs last summer but supplies remain tight and costs remain very volatile as we enter the 2008-2009 crop year. Surprisingly good hog prices were a big help to pork producers' bottom lines in 2008 but can those prices remain in the face of the economic slowdown? Steve's session will address these issues and present some ideas and tactics to help you weather another potential economic storm in 2009.



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2009 IPC: Measuring and Controlling Energy Costs

Measuring and Controlling Energy Costs, Dr. Mike Brumm, Brumm Swine Consultancy, Inc., from the 2009 Iowa Pork Congress, January 28 - 29, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Are rising energy costs cutting into your bottom line? Energy efficiency plays an important role in a pork producer's ability to be profitable. Mike will discuss today's energy costs and how they are affecting today's pork producers. He will offer ideas that will help pork producers minimize their energy costs and save significantly on energy bills.

2009 IPC: Pros & Cons of Swine Mortality Disposal Options

Pros and Cons of Swine Mortality Disposal Options, Dr. Thomas Glanville, Iowa State University, from the 2009 Iowa Pork Congress, January 28 - 29, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Rising costs and other variables have caused some producers to strongly consider changing their method of mortality management. Glanville will discuss mortality management methods commonly used in Iowa and break down pros and cons for these different methods. He will show how to properly set up and maintain a compost facility for mortalities and discuss what to do in the event of mass animal mortality. If you are considering changing you mortality management methods, don't miss Dr. Glanville at Iowa Pork Congress.

2009 IPC: Free Access Gestation Sow Systems From Denmark in August 2008

Free Access Gestation Sow Systems From Denmark August of 2008, Dr. Anna Johnson, Iowa State University, from the 2009 Iowa Pork Congress, January 28 - 29, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Proper animal husbandry continues to be a major issue in the pork industry and is essential to maintain the trust of consumers. She will discuss proper animal handling techniques and animal husbandry. Anna will also share her experience with new sow housing techniques seen on her trip to Denmark in August 2008.

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