Resources

  • Pork Quarterly - June 2005

    Published on June 21, 2005
    In this issue: Phosphorous Mass Balance on Swine Breeding Herd Farms, Water Specifications for Artificial Insemination for Swine, Importance of Boar Exposure in Heat Detection, Spartans Honored in NATIONAL HOG FARMERS

  • Pork Quarterly - April 2005

    Published on April 26, 2005
    In this issue: What Producers Need to Know About the EPA Air Consent Agreement, Are small butcher shops important, Green and White Show Meat Quality Evaluation, Withholding Feed from Pigs during the Marketing Period, Proper Care of Syringes

  • Pork Quarterly - November 2004

    Published on November 16, 2004
    In this issue: Paylean: The Facts, Feeding and Influences on Performance, Hospital Corner: Lumps on Pigs, TOP TEN List, Closed Breeding Systems

  • Pork Quarterly - June 2004

    Published on June 23, 2004
    In this issue: Water Use Reporting & Methods of Estimating Water Use for Swine Operations, Animal Identification in the Pork Industry, Evaluating Distiller’s Dried Grains with Solubles, Feeding Phytase to the Breeding Herd to Manage Phosphorus

  • Pork Quarterly - April 2004

    Published on April 14, 2004
    In this issue: Genetic Control of Abnormalities, Clipping Pigs for Show, Swine Team Electronic Update

  • Pork Quarterly - November 2003

    Published on November 12, 2003
    In this issue: MAEAP “Progressive Planning”, How Warm for Weaned Pigs?, Michigan State University Extension, New AoE Swine Agent

  • Pork Quarterly - August 2003

    Published on August 7, 2003
    In this issue: Organic Better Than Conventionally Raised Pork, Do You Pollute, Seminal Plasma Repairs Colling Inducted Membrane Changes in Boar Semen, Biofilters, MSU Swine Team Prepares for SWAP

  • Pork Quarterly - June 2003

    Published on June 17, 2003
    In this issue: Understanding Livestock Odors, Evaluation of Hydrocolloid Ingredients as Purge Controllers, Pork 101, MSU Extension Contact Names and Map

  • Pork Quarterly - April 2003

    Published on April 11, 2003
    In this issue: Using Mass Balance to Calculate Manure Phosphorus Production, Are You Ready for A CNMP, Strategies to Eliminate Atypical Aromas and Flavors in Sow Loins

  • Pork Quarterly - November 2002

    Published on November 15, 2002
    In this issue: Manure Production Records to Meet “GAAMP” Guidelines, Pig Survival is Important, Sows Fertility to AI at a Gonadotropin-Induced Estrus and Ovulation, Breeding Management Workshop Registration