Hog farmers and veterinarians no longer have to accept the poorer performance that results from M. hyo infection. Whether the decision is to control or eliminate M. hyo, there are numerous tools available, and the payoff is real.
Regular biosecurity checks with a close look at filtration and ventilation systems will help prevent the spread of airborne pathogens like PRRS, according to Jeff Feder, DVM, Swine Vet Center, St. Peter, Minnesota.
October may bring PRRS, but it also is the best breeding time of the year! Are you ready?
The new Swine Health Improvement Program is designed to help the pork industry maintain exports in the face of a foreign animal disease outbreak.
Audit your biosecurity now with disease pressure expected to increase this winter.
New gilts entering a farrowing room face some big demands for animals still maturing while supporting their first litters.