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Dr. Chris Sievers - Swine Vet Center Aptimmune Trials


Swine Vet Center Aptimmune Trials - Dr. Chris Sievers, Swine Vet Center, from the 2018 Aptimmune Pre-AASV Symposium, March 2, 2018, San Diego, CA, USA.

Dr. Natalie Baker and Dr. Matt Ackermann - Indiana PRRS Field Trial


Indiana PRRS Field Trial - Dr. Natalie Baker, Legacy Veterinary Clinic; Dr. Matt Ackermann, Pork Vet Solutions, from the 2018 Aptimmune Pre-AASV Symposium, March 2, 2018, San Diego, CA, USA.

Dr. Andy Kryzer and Dr. Mark Wagner - Evaluation of Aptimmune Vaccine in PRRS Viremic Pigs


Evaluation of Aptimmune Vaccine in PRRS Viremic Pigs - Dr. Andy Kryzer & Dr. Mark Wagner, Fairmont Veterinary Clinic, from the 2018 Aptimmune Pre-AASV Symposium, March 2, 2018, San Diego, CA, USA.

Panel - Roundtable Conversation


Roundtable Conversation - Steve Berger, Development Director, Aptimmune; Dr. Bob Nordgren, Aptimmune; Dr. Jianqiang Zhang, Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, Iowa State University; Dr. Brigitte Mason, Country View Family Farm; Dr. Chris Sievers, Swine Vet Center; Dr. Natalie Baker, Legacy Veterinary Clinic; Dr. Andy Kryzer & Dr. Mark Wagner, Fairmont Veterinary Clinic, from the 2018 Aptimmune Pre-AASV Symposium, March 2, 2018, San Diego, CA, USA.

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].

Panel - Industry Discussing Science & Consumer Perception at National Pork Industry Forum


Industry Discussing Science & Consumer Perception - Panel, from the 2018 National Pork Industry Forum, February 28 – March 2, 2018, Kansas City, MO, USA.

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].

Gaining Money To Help Manage Nutrients and Manure

Cost Share Opportunities for Nutrient ManagementCost Share Opportunities for Nutrient Management In this panel moderated by Mr. Jerry Foster (JBS Live Pork), Mr. Jim Plassmeyer (Missouri Department of Natural Resources Soil and Water Conservation Program) and Ms. Lauren Cartwright (Natural Resources Conservation Service, USDA), cover the various aspects of nutrient management planning and implementation. Ms. Cartwright and Mr. Plassmeyer outline cost sharing opportunities that are available through various state and federal resources [video].

Rabobank’s 2018 Pork/Animal Protein Outlook

Production Growth Ahead; Competition Heats Up - Rabobank’s 2018 Pork/Animal Protein OutlookProduction Growth Ahead; Competition Heats Up - Rabobank’s 2018 Pork/Animal Protein Outlook Mr. Sterling Liddell and Ms. Christine McCracken, Rabobank Food & Agribusiness Research, share data and summarize the economics of the protein markets. Mr. Liddell and Ms. McCracken also share detailed information on consumer trends plus highlight some of the risks producers must keep in their eyesight when managing their operations [video].

What Are Some New Technologies for Improving Pork Producers?

New Technologies for Pork Producers - Video Monitoring and Web-Based LearningVideo Monitoring and Web-Based Learning Mr. Earl Dodson, K·Coe Isom, covers several technologies to help address animal welfare and worker safety in farm operations. Video monitoring and web-based learning are important to help improve the education of staff and to help farms be compliant with their customers' need to see what is happening on farm [video].
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