- January 2017 Newsletter (January 17, 2017)
Dr. Matthew Turner, head vet for Prestage Farms, talked about PEDV exposure techniques and what needs to be considered when it comes to rebreaks.
On Tuesday, October 7th, Dr. Locke Karriker is an associate professor at Iowa State University and focuses on swine diseases, field study design, and evidence based practice. He will be discussing issues the swine industry is facing with pain management and the limited available options to alleviate pain in swine.
Barbara J. Masters, DVM joined us on April 22nd to present the latest on antibiotic regulations concerning residues, opinions, and consequences. To listen and view the webinar click on the link below.
To review the webinar, “Biosecurity – Minimizing the Risks in an Uncertain World”, held on October 29th click the link below. This is a recording of the webinar so you will be able to view the slides as well as hear what the doctors discussed.
Dr. Isaac Huerta – Artificial Insemination specialist at Magapor
Dr. Wayne Singleton – Retired swine specialist from Purdue University
Tony Roser – Procurement Supervisor for Tyson in Logansport, IN
Mike Windisch – Technical Services Director for Cargill
Dr. Mike Tokach – Kansas State University
Mike’s focus is transferring information to swine producers and conducting practical nutrition research. He is a member of a highly productive swine team. Mike has presented invited seminars at over 190 animal and veterinary science meetings around the world in addition to numerous presentations to local producer groups. Mike has authored or co-authored 123 refereed journal papers, 320 abstracts, 492 extension publications, and 4 book chapters. In 2005, Mike was named one of the 50 people that have made the greatest impact on the swine industry in the last 50 years by the National Hog Farmer Magazine.