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Hot weather, managing costs, autonomous sprayers and a suburban beef farm are featured this week.
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Planning ahead for an outbreak may reduce some of the stress for you and your employees while preparing the appropriate actions for your operation.
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Legislative Watch: Pass the USMCA agreement ASAP; ag products inspection needs prioritization; hot dogs and baseball on the Hill.
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While African swine fever is top of mind, the Department of Agriculture stresses the importance of following proper biosecurity protocols with all species to protect Iowa’s livestock.
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“What Would Jesus Really Eat? The Biblical Case for Eating Meat,” tackles the challenges to Christian meat-eating and features Minnesota pork producer, Randy Spronk.
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Max Armstrong shares insight on the African Swine Fever issue in China and how it may impact global markets
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The goal of this Aug. 1 webinar is that when discussing PRRSV with your peers we are all talking the same “language.”
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Swine's Promising Next Generation: Swine Vet Center veterinarian strives to solve today’s production challenges.
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The University of Minnesota Meat Laboratory will conclude the 2019 Leman Conference Tuesday with a pork cutting demonstration and discussion on modern pork marketing.
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Heat pretreatment can be an attractive method of improving the digestibility of whole stillage, and hence DDGS, for pigs because heat pretreatment is cheap.

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