• 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

  • Pork Quarterly - August 2002

    Published on August 21, 2002
    In this issue: Proper on Farm Needle Handling Procedures, Using Records to Investigate a Farrowing Rate Problem, Supplementing Vitamin C Through the Drinking Water, Major Genes in Your Seedstock, Breeding Management Workshops Announcement

  • Pork Quarterly - June 2002

    Published on June 17, 2002
    In this issue: Beyond the Hogs and Pigs Report, Improving Fertility of Artificially Inseminated Cows, Update - Antibiotic Resistance and Use of Antibiotics in Livestock, Pork Industry Outlook - Summer 2002, 2nd Annual Mid-West Swine Nutrition Conference

  • Pork Quarterly - August 2001

    Published on August 27, 2001
    In this issue: What Level of Manure Management is Right for You, Using Boars for Estrous Stimulation & Detection, MSUMN, Gilt Management: Minimizing and Managing the Entry-to-Service Interval, Hog and Pork Outlook - 2001 and Beyond