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SwineCast 0964, NIAA - Sunrise Breakfast Speakers New Highlight At NIAA Annual Meeting

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SwineCast 0963, Pork Forum - NPPC CEO Neil Dierks Reports To Delegates

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

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SwineCast 0961, Pork Forum - NPPC Environmental Committee Activity Report

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  • National Pork Producers Council Environmental Policy Committee Report from Chairman Kraig Westerbeek reviews activities and challenges for the industry in this area.

SwineCast 0960, Pork Forum - Massachusetts Mother Shares Real Cost Of Anti-Livestock Activists

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SwineCast 0959, Pork Forum - NPPC President Weber Shares President's Report With Delegates... And You!

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2017 National Pork Industry Forum

2017 National Pork Industry Forum2017 Pork Industry Forum, March 1-3, 2016, Atlanta, GA, USA.

SwineCast 0958, Sharing Your World Thru Social Media At NIAA Annual Conference

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Approaches To Reducing Farm Energy Costs

Electric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine FarmsElectric and Thermal Energy Strategies for Minnesota Swine Farms Michael Reese, University of Minnesota, details usable research info that will help swine farms evaluate what electric and thermal energy strategies are viable. Several key take home messages: 1) Energy efficiency upgrades can have a short-term return-on-investment, 2) Reputable contractors are available to remove complexities, and 3) There still exist state, federal, and utility grants and incentives [video].

Have Virus, Will Travel?

Modeling the Survival of Foreign Animal Diseases in Feed Ingredients From China to the USModeling the Survival of Foreign Animal Diseases in Feed Ingredients From China to the US Dr. Scott Dee at Pipestone Veterinary Services is tracking feed components as possible disease vectors. He shares some thoughts on this with, highlighting several of the experiments run to prove viruses can survive container shipping from over seas. Dr. Dee suggests that all the touch points along the feed ecosystem pathway need attention so producers and feed mill operators can evaluate and respond to the risks [video].
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