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  • Swine Health Update Meetings - Is African Swine Fever a Threat to Michigan's Pork Industry?

    Date: Jan 08, 2019
    Updates on swine health issues, including African Swine Fever. How Michigan's pork production industry could be affected and what will happen if we see outbreaks in the US.

  • MSU Swine Teaching & Research Center

    Published on March 20, 2012

  • Pork Quarterly - June 2013

    Published on June 4, 2013
    In this issue: Reduced nighttime temperatures in pig nurseries, Considering Housing Gestating Sows in Groups, Transitioning Quality Pigs from the Sow to the Nursery Phase, Swine Influenza Virus

  • Pork Quarterly - August 2005

    Published on August 19, 2005
    In this issue: They say it couldn’t be done: Reducing Manure Application Rates, Process Waste Water and Swine Farms, Water Management in Swine Facilities ,Sow Retention and Ways it May be Improved

  • Pork Quarterly - December 2013

    Published on December 12, 2013
    In this issue: Identification of the Sick or Compromised Pig, Group Sow Housing – Decisions to Consider, Will attended farrowings help increase your bottom-line, Reducing the Risks Associated with Winter Manure Application

  • Pork Quarterly - November 2005

    Published on November 18, 2005
    In this issue: Thorn Apple Valley Revisited, Niche Pork Producers Conference, Odor: Give Your Neighbors a Break-A Windbreak, Sorting through Non-Productive Days, Water Intake and Water Wastage by Growing-Finishing Pigs

  • Pork Quarterly - September 2014

    Published on September 8, 2014
    In this issue: Day-to-Day Management of GGroup-Housed Gestating Sows, Measuring Manure Depth in the PED Era, Sign up for the Latest News for Agriculture

  • 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

  • Shallow Gutter Manure Collection System (E1800)

    Published on October 13, 2015
    Research has shown and field experience has verified that corrosive and odorous gas production increases with storage time and storage temperature.

  • Pork Quarterly - April 2011

    Published on April 13, 2011
    In this issue: West Michigan PRRS Area Regional Control Project Update, What is Reactive N and Why Should I Care, Can You Extend the Length of Gestation, Review of Local Disasters: Motivation to Prepare, Time-to-Suckle in Cross-Fostered Piglets

  • 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 - August 2006

    Published on August 24, 2006
    In this issue: Fueling Hog Barns with Corn, How Clean is Clean?, Announcing Pork Team State-Wide Winter Programs, Shoulder Lesions on Sows

  • Pork Quarterly - March 2015

    Published on March 10, 2015
    In this issue: Stockpersons and the Humane Euthanasia of Swine, Contemporary Market Weights, AHP Disinfectant to Inactivate PEDv in Swine Feces

  • Pork Quarterly - April 2012

    Published on April 18, 2012
    In this issue: Split Marketing Finishing Pigs, Right to Farm: Site Selection for Livestock Operations, A Webinar Series on Climate, Water and Agriculture, How About Some Gelatin in Your Semen

  • 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 - April 2008

    Published on April 16, 2008
    In this issue: Sow Management: How Many Litters/Sow Should I be Targeting, Handling and Transportation for Swine Producers, Hernias in Growing Pigs, Swine Management Program

  • Pork Quarterly - August 2010

    Published on August 3, 2010
    In this issue: Evaluation of Three Commercial Mycotoxin Inhibitors Added to Vomitoxin Contaminated Corn Diets for Weanling Pigs, Swine Jobs Schoo, Fall Stalk Nitrate Tests, Feral Swine in Michigan, Group Sow Housing Focus Groups—Initial Results

  • Pork Quarterly - November 1999

    Published on November 2, 1999
    In this issue: Comparison of Early Wean Feeders, Y2K Farm Preparedness, Computer Y2K Compliance, Backflow During AI, 98 Swine Business Summaries, 98 ISU Swine Business Record, 98 MSU Swine Farm Analysis, Youth Ed. Fair

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