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Allen D. Leman Swine Conference 2022
Allen D. Leman Swine Conference 2022

Allen D. Leman Swine Conference 2022

September 17, 2022 to September 20, 2022
Saint Paul RiverCentre St. Paul - Minnesota - United States
Lectures
09:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Increasing sow milk yield via greater mammary development in prepubertal and late-pregnant gilts

Chantal Farmer, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada / Government of Canada

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
09:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
08:15hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
University of Alberta - University of Minnesota Reproduction Workshop: The genetics x environment interaction of sow lifetime productivity

Opening remarks

Jennifer Patterson and Michael Dyck, University of Alberta

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Jennifer Patterson
Canadá
Swine Research and Technology Centre
08:15hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
08:30hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
PigChamp - Overview of data

Jayne Jackson, PigChamp

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Jayne Jackson
United States
08:30hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
09:00hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
Diagnostic dry lab - Case workup workshop / Breaking down bones

Stephanie Rossow, University of Minnesota

Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
Albert Rovira
United States
Assistant Clinical Professor
Stephanie Rossow
United States
09:00hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
09:45hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
Brains

Matt Sturos, University of Minnesota

Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
Matt Sturos
United States
09:45hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
10:15hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Colostrum management of the young gilt

Kara Stewart, Purdue University

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Kara Stewart
United States
10:15hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
10:30hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
Bellies

Fabio Vannucci, University of Minnesota

Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
Fabio Vannucci
United States
DVM, PhD, MS Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine (VPM)
10:30hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
11:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Cycle of life: genetics of survival from early life to herd retention

Egbert Knol, Topigs Norsvin

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Egbert Frank Knol
Netherlands
Zootechnist
11:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
11:15hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
Bunches (mortality)

Albert Rovira, University of Minnesota

Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
Albert Rovira
United States
Assistant Clinical Professor
11:15hs
9/17/2022
Diagnostic workshop
13:00hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
Geeks to geeks workshop - Analytical tools to support pre- and post-outbreak actions to mitigate the impacts of an African swine fever outbreak

Welcome and introduction

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Andres Perez
United States
Marie Culhane
United States
Associate Clinical Professor
13:00hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
13:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Sow heat stress: it's not just a summer thing

Tim Safranski, University of Missouri

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Tim Safranski
United States
13:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
13:15hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
Surveillance program for ASF in the US at VDLs and harvest facilities

Cole Vanicek, USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

13:15hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
13:45hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Evaluation of measures to predict and manage sow longevity

Benny Mote, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Benny Mote
United States
13:45hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
13:45hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
Major enhancement of U.S. swine industry preparedness and responses to large-scale infectious foreign animal diseases through harmonizing biosecurity plans and advancing disease transmission modeling

Gustavo Machado, North Carolina State University

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Gustavo Machado
United States
13:45hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
14:30hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
Use of participatory epidemiology and enhanced passive surveillance protocols: our experience in the Dominican Republic and Russia

Andres Perez, University of Minnesota

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Andres Perez
United States
14:30hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
15:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Identifying at risk sows, a case control study

Justin Brown, Iowa State University

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Justin Brown
United States
15:00hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
15:30hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
How does disease transmission within a population impact surveillance?

Sasidhar Malladi, University of Minnesota

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Sasidhar Malladi
United States
15:30hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
15:45hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Thoughts on gilt development from a German perspective

Johannes Kauffold, University of Leipzig

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
15:45hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
16:00hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
Which farm characteristics impact surveillance?

Marie Culhane, University of Minnesota

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Marie Culhane
United States
Associate Clinical Professor
16:00hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
16:30hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
Closing remarks

Jennifer Patterson and Michael Dyck, University of Alberta

Chair: Jennifer Patterson

Speaker:
Jennifer Patterson
Canadá
Swine Research and Technology Centre
16:30hs
9/17/2022
Reproduction workshop
16:30hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
If it is broken, fix it – rethinking ASF control strategies

Solenne Costard and Huybert Gronendaal, EPIX

Chair: Andres Perez and Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Solenne Costard
United States
Huybert Groenendaal
United States
16:30hs
9/17/2022
Swine fever workshop
08:05hs
9/18/2022
SDEC Symposium - Biosecurity and biocontainment in finishing pigs: An untapped resource to advance disease control?

Biosecurity in growing pig herds: Challenges and opportunities

Montse Torremorell, University of Minnesota

Chair: Maria Pieters

 

Speaker:
Maria Pieters
Estados Unidos de América
Profesor Asistente / Swine Disease Eradication Center
08:05hs
9/18/2022
08:35hs
9/18/2022
Biosecurity hazards in livestock transport - staged loading and other control measures to address them

Derald Holtkamp, Iowa State University

Chair: Maria Pieters

Speaker:
Dr. Derald Holtkamp
United States
08:35hs
9/18/2022
09:05hs
9/18/2022
Lateral infections and mitigations

Mike Eisenmenger, Swine Vet Center

Chair: Maria Pieters

Speaker:
Mike Eisenmenger
United States
09:05hs
9/18/2022
10:00hs
9/18/2022
Risk factors and incidence of PRRS virus introduction into growing pig herds

Jose Angulo, Zoetis

Chair: Maria Pieters

Speaker:
José Angulo
Estados Unidos de América
Director, Desarrollo Comercial e Innovación Porcinos, Líder Técnico Global
10:00hs
9/18/2022
10:30hs
9/18/2022
Importance of basic biosecurity: Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) outbreak in an Iowa finisher

Lauren Glowzenski, TriOak Foods

Chair: Maria Pieters

10:30hs
9/18/2022
11:30hs
9/18/2022
Round table
11:30hs
9/18/2022
13:00hs
9/18/2022
Clinical cases
Clinical Cases and Problem-Solving Skills by DVM Students

Student presentations will be announced September 1

Chair: Perle Zhitnitskiy

Speaker:
Perle Zhitnitskiy
United States
13:00hs
9/18/2022
Clinical cases
13:00hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
Navigating pork’s sustainability challenge for clients, customers & more

Welcome and NPB vision for use of on-farm sustainability reports

Ashley McDonald, National Pork Board

Chair: Ashley McDonald

13:00hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
13:20hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
Using on-farm sustainability reports: A producer success story

Speaker TBD

Chair: Ashley McDonald

13:20hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
13:40hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
Data needs for on-farm sustainability reports

Anne Dinges, Sustainable Environmental Consultants

Chair: Ashley McDonald

13:40hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
14:20hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
Mining information from on-farm sustainability reports

Marguerite Tan, National Pork Board

Chair: Ashley McDonald

14:20hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
15:00hs
9/18/2022
Research Highlights
Research Highlights

Presenting authors will be announced in August

Chair: Maria Pieters and Maxim Cheeran

Speaker:
Maria Pieters
Estados Unidos de América
Profesor Asistente / Swine Disease Eradication Center
15:00hs
9/18/2022
Research Highlights
15:00hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
Sustainability Continuous Improvement Plans (SCIP Plans) and opportunities support of sustainable practices

Speaker TBD

Chair: Ashley McDonald

15:00hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
15:40hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
Carbon markets

Carter Ingram, The Pollination Group

Chair: Ashley McDonald

15:40hs
9/18/2022
Pork sustainability
08:00hs
9/19/2022
General Sessions / JBS: A global culture of being the best

Chair: Montse Torremorell.

Matthew Turner, Paul Corns, Kyle Coble, and Darin Madson, JBS Foods

Speaker:
Darin Madson
United States
08:00hs
9/19/2022
09:00hs
9/19/2022
PRRS resistance through gene editing - The path to market - Pijoan Lectureship

William Christianson, Matt Culbertson and Banks Baker, PIC

Speaker:
Matt Culbertson
United States
Departamento Técnico
09:00hs
9/19/2022
10:00hs
9/19/2022
Presentation of the Morrison Swine Innovator Prize Winner
10:00hs
9/19/2022
10:15hs
9/19/2022
Presentation of the Allen D. Leman Science in Practice Award to Dr. Carissa Odland
10:15hs
9/19/2022
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
High mortality in finishers - FAD?

Stephanie Rossow, University of Minnesota

Sessions: VDL Diagnostic Cases
Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
Albert Rovira
United States
Assistant Clinical Professor
Stephanie Rossow
United States
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Influence of pig farming on human nose and gut microbiome composition

Markus Hilty, Institute for Infectious Diseases, University of Bern

Sessions: Emerging science of the swine worker microbiome
Chair: Noelle Noyes

Speaker:
Markus Hilty
Switzerland
Noelle Noyes
United States
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
Next generation biosecurity approaches to control pig diseases

Scott Dee, Pipestone Applied Research

Sessions: Advances and investments in biosecurity programs
Chair: Cesar Corzo

Speaker:
Cesar Corzo
Estados Unidos de América
Investigación / Profesor Asociado
Scott Dee
United States
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Prop 12: Updates on legal issues

Michael Formica, National Pork Producers Council

Sessions: Proposition 12, twelve months later
Chair: Montse Torremorell

Speaker:
Michael Formica
United States
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Recirculation of M. hyopneumoniae in previously immune animals: A new twist in Mycoplasma control

Paul Yeske, Swine Vet Center

Sessions: New information to fine-tune Mycoplasma control and eradication programs
Chair: Maria Pieters

Speaker:
Maria Pieters
Estados Unidos de América
Profesor Asistente / Swine Disease Eradication Center
10:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Applying genomics and metagenomics to understand the impact of swine farm exposure on the human gut microbiome and resistome

Alaric D'Souza, Washington University in St. Louis/Boston Children's Hospital Pediatrics

Sessions: Emerging science of the swine worker microbiome
Chair: Noelle Noyes

11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae detection by PCR: the good, the bad and the ugly

Albert Canturri, University of Minnesota

Sessions: New information to fine-tune Mycoplasma control and eradication programs
Chair: Maria Pieters

Speaker:
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
PRRS virus co-infections in endemic herds

Albert Rovira, University of Minnesota

Sessions: VDL Diagnostic Cases
Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
Albert Rovira
United States
Assistant Clinical Professor
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Raising pigs for Prop 12 markets - production changes and lessons we are learning

Patricio Vidal, Country View Farms

Sessions: Proposition 12, twelve months later
Chair: Montse Torremorell

11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
What it takes to protect sow farms

Pete Thomas, Iowa Select Farms

Sessions: Advances and investments in biosecurity programs
Chair: Cesar Corzo

11:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Persistence of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae following controlled aerosol exposure and field approaches for disease control and elimination

Emily McDowell and Adam Schelkopf, Pipestone Veterinary Services

Sessions: New information to fine-tune Mycoplasma control and eradication programs
Chair: Maria Pieters

Speaker:
Adam Schelkopf
United States
Emily McDowell
United States
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Raising pigs in Prop 12 compliant farms - what is working (or not) for us

Evan Koep, Pipestone Veterinary Services

Sessions: Proposition 12, twelve months later
Chair: Montse Torremorell

Speaker:
Evan Koep
United States
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Showering as an intervention to disrupt workday shifts in the swine worker skin microbiome

Ilya Slizovskiy, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Emerging science of the swine worker microbiome
Chair: Noelle Noyes

Speaker:
Ilya Slizovskiy
United States
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Talk Title TBD

Guilherme Preis, University of Minnesota

Sessions: VDL Diagnostic Cases
Chair: Albert Rovira

Speaker:
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
Thought process to make biosecurity investment decisions

Luc Dufresne, Seabord Foods

Sessions: Advances and investments in biosecurity programs
Chair: Cesar Corzo

11:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
12:00hs
9/19/2022
Lunch break
12:00hs
9/19/2022
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Boar stud targeted biosecurity against ASF

Kaitlyn St. Charles, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Disease mitigation practices: from industry standards to enhanced recomendations to targeted biosecurity practices
Chair: Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Marie Culhane
United States
Associate Clinical Professor
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
How whole genome sequencing can help to understand the changing face of pathogenic Escherichia coli in pigs

John Fairbrother, University of Montreal

Sessions: Post weaning E. coli
Chair: Fabio Vannucci

Speaker:
Fabio Vannucci
United States
DVM, PhD, MS Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine (VPM)
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Introduction and sow livability resources

Jason Ross, Iowa State University

Sessions: Sow livability
Chair: Jason Ross

Speaker:
Jason Ross
United States
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
LCAs – What they can and can’t do and where do we go from here?

Ashley McDonald, National Pork Board

Sessions: Survivability, stewardship, and success
Chair: Carissa Odland

13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
MSHMP: A real-time disease incidence tool for producers and veterinarians

Cesar Corzo, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Actionable monitoring of ASF, PRRS, and other diseases – How to stay up-to-date on what’s happening at-home and abroad
Chair: Paul Sundberg

Speaker:
Cesar Corzo
Estados Unidos de América
Investigación / Profesor Asociado
Paul Sundberg
United States
13:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
13:40hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Prolapse’s in Sows – What we know, what has been done, where we go

Jason Ross, Iowa State University

Sessions: Sow livability
Chair: Jason Ross

Speaker:
Jason Ross
United States
13:40hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
13:55hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Improved sow livability through refocused individual attention

Chris Rademacher, Iowa State University

Sessions: Sow livability
Chair: Jason Ross

Speaker:
Chris Rademacher
United States
13:55hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
13:55hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Perspectives from shareholders, stakeholders and row-crop farming impact on food animal sustainability

Justin Ransom, Tyson Pork

Sessions: Survivability, stewardship, and success
Chair: Carissa Odland

13:55hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 2
Financial risk management tools for FADs

Steve Malakowsky, Compeer Financial

Sessions: FAD Industry disease preparedness plan
Chair: Tom Wetzell

11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 2
14:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
A global event-based surveillance system to strengthen the preparedness of the swine industry

Sol Perez, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Actionable monitoring of ASF, PRRS, and other diseases – How to stay up-to-date on what’s happening at-home and abroad
Chair: Paul Sundberg

Speaker:
Maria Sol Perez
United States
14:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
14:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC): source of concern regarding gut microbiota composition and antimicrobial resistance in pigs

Mohamed Rhouma, University of Montreal

Sessions: Post weaning E. coli
Chair: Fabio Vannucci

Speaker:
14:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
14:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Harvest facility pathways and mitigations for ASF

Mickey Leonard, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Disease mitigation practices: from industry standards to enhanced recomendations to targeted biosecurity practices
Chair: Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Mickey Leonard
United States
14:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
14:10hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
What our system has done to improve sow livability

Noel Williams, Iowa Select Farms

Sessions: Sow livability
Chair: Jason Ross

Speaker:
Noel Williams
United States
Departamento Técnico
14:10hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
14:20hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Impact of pig mortality on the profitability of the swine industry

Erika Johnson, Compeer Financial

Sessions: Survivability, stewardship, and success
Chair: Carissa Odland

14:20hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Economics of sow mortality - newly developed calculator

Lee Schulz, Iowa State University

Sessions: Sow livability
Chair: Jason Ross

Speaker:
Lee L. Schulz
United States
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Field experiences with enterotoxigenic E. coli

Martin Mohr, Mohr Vet

Sessions: Post weaning E. coli
Chair: Fabio Vannucci

14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Lessons from our feather friends regarding standard vs. targeted biosecurity

Amos Ssematimba, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Disease mitigation practices: from industry standards to enhanced recomendations to targeted biosecurity practices
Chair: Marie Culhane

Speaker:
Amos Ssematimba
United States
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
SDRS: monitoring diagnostic data for animal health decisions and rapid response to crises events

Giovani Trevisan, Daniel Linhares, and Guilherme Cezar, Iowa State University

Sessions: Actionable monitoring of ASF, PRRS, and other diseases – How to stay up-to-date on what’s happening at-home and abroad
Chair: Paul Sundberg

Speaker:
Daniel Linhares
United States
Giovani Trevisan
United States
14:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
14:40hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Discussion and take home practices

Jason Ross, Iowa State University

Sessions: Sow livability
Chair: Jason Ross

Speaker:
Jason Ross
United States
14:40hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
14:45hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Discussion

All speakers

Sessions: Survivability, stewardship, and success
Chair: Carissa Odland

14:45hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
15:00hs
9/19/2022
Break
15:00hs
9/19/2022
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
American perspective regarding euthanasia and depopulation

Andrew Bowman, The Ohio State University

Sessions: Welfare considerations during a disease outbreak response
Chair: Mickey Leonard

Speaker:
Mickey Leonard
United States
Andrew Bowman
United States
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Evaluating relative risks of virus contamination in feed supply chains

Jerry Shurson, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Chemical mitigation in feed
Chair: Declan Schroeder

Speaker:
Jerry Shurson
United States
Animal Nutritionist
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Practical aspects of nutrition and feed manufacturing in times of high feed costs

Omarh Mendoza, The Maschhoffs

Sessions: Supply chain shortages
Chair: Sarah Schieck

Speaker:
Omarh Mendoza
Estados Unidos de América
Ing. Agrónomo Zootecnista, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Animal Sciences. Director de Nutrición
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
USDA Vaccine licensing requirements and field impacts of off-label use

Mike Roof, Iowa State University

Sessions: Practical vaccinology - PRRS/flu
Chair: Daniel Boykin

Speaker:
Mike Roof
United States
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
What do you get when a boomer asks a millennial to give everyone in the sow farm a smart phone?

Joe Dykhuis and Fred Kuhr, Dykhuis farms

Sessions: Helping labor with innovation and community programs
Chair: Pedro Urriola

Speaker:
Pedro Urriola
United States
Animal Nutritionist
15:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
“From the Barn Floor to the Top Floor” data driven production execution for minimizing cost of dysfunction in wean to market production

Sarah Stoutner, The Maschhoffs and Jon Hoek, Summit Smart Farms

Sessions: Helping labor with innovation and community programs
Chair: Pedro Urriola

16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
Adopting European technologies to the US for euthanasia and depopulation

Marie Culhane, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Welfare considerations during a disease outbreak response
Chair: Mickey Leonard

Speaker:
Marie Culhane
United States
Associate Clinical Professor
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Influenza A virus vaccine best practices, licensing updates, and usage in North American swine herds

Sabrina Swenson, National Veterinary Services Lab/USDA

Sessions: Practical vaccinology - PRRS/flu
Chair: Daniel Boykin

16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Swine feed biosecurity: mitigation strategies and available resources

Jordan Gebhardt, Kansas State University

Sessions: Chemical mitigation in feed
Chair: Declan Schroeder

Speaker:
Jordan Gebhardt
United States
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Where are your energy hogs?

Lee Johnston, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Supply chain shortages
Chair: Sarah Schieck

Speaker:
Lee J. Johnston
United States
Professor Swine Nutrition and Management
16:00hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
Balancing needs and versatility in new sow farm design

Hyatt Frobose, Jyga Technologies

Sessions: Supply chain shortages
Chair: Sarah Schieck

Speaker:
H.L. Frobose
United States
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 5
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
Designing an influenza A virus surveillance plan and vaccine for swine using a One Health approach

Clement Meseko, University of Minnesota

Sessions: Practical vaccinology - PRRS/flu
Chair: Daniel Boykin

Speaker:
Clement Meseko
United States
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 1
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
European perspective regarding euthanasia and depopulation

Harm Kiezebrink, EU Consultant

Sessions: Welfare considerations during a disease outbreak response
Chair: Mickey Leonard

Speaker:
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 2
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
Initiatives to engage our employees in their jobs and communities – How we do it at Hugoson Pork

Angie Toothaker, Hugoson Pork

Sessions: Helping labor with innovation and community programs
Chair: Pedro Urriola

16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 4
16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
Reviewing the efficacy of chemical mitigants in reducing the risk of virus transmission in feed

Diego Diel, Cornell University

Sessions: Chemical mitigation in feed
Chair: Declan Schroeder

16:30hs
9/19/2022
Room 3
08:00hs
9/20/2022
General Sessions / Grain market outlook

Chair: John Deen

Ryan J Moe, STONEX

Speaker:
John Deen
United States
Veterinary Doctor
08:00hs
9/20/2022
09:00hs
9/20/2022
FADs,..Are we ready (together)? - Morrison Lectureship

Jerry Torrison, University of Minnesota

Speaker:
Jerry Torrison
United States
Veterinary Doctor
09:00hs
9/20/2022
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 1
Genetic changes in PRRSV antigenic sites through time: Implications for predicting cross-protection

Igor Paploski, University of Minnesota

Sessions: PRRS
Chair: Cesar Corzo

Speaker:
Cesar Corzo
Estados Unidos de América
Investigación / Profesor Asociado
Igor Paploski
United States
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 1
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
Introduction and pre-wean, nursery and finishing livability resources

Joel DeRouchey, Kansas State University

Sessions: Birth to market livability
Chair: Joel DeRouchey

Speaker:
Dr. Joel DeRouchey
United States
Specialist in Animal Nutrition
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 3
Meat Processing: Challenges and Opportunities from the MN Department of Agriculture

Andrea Vaubel, MN Department of Agriculture

Sessions: Social licensing and the swine industry
Chair: Perle Zhitnitskiy

Speaker:
Perle Zhitnitskiy
United States
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 3
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 2
US SHIP: the time is now!

Tyler Holck, Iowa State University

Sessions: FAD Industry disease preparedness plan
Chair: Tom Wetzell

Speaker:
Tyler Holck
United States
10:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 2
10:35hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
Colostrum – How much can we move the needle?

Kara Stewart, Purdue University

Sessions: Birth to market livability
Chair: Joel DeRouchey

Speaker:
Kara Stewart
United States
10:35hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
10:50hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
What our system has done to improve wean-to-finish livability

Christine Manquist-Whigham, Pillen Family Farms

Sessions: Birth to market livability
Chair: Joel DeRouchey

10:50hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
11:00hs
9/20/2022
Room 3
European political and cultural trends: The shaping of animal agriculture

Tim Snider, PIC

Sessions: Social licensing and the swine industry
Chair: Perle Zhitnitskiy

Speaker:
Tim Snider
United States
11:00hs
9/20/2022
Room 3
11:00hs
9/20/2022
Room 1
Experimental characterization of the virulence of PRRSV 1-4-4 L1C variant strain in weaned pigs

Jianqiang Zhang, Iowa State University

Sessions: PRRS
Chair: Cesar Corzo

Speaker:
Jianqiang Zhang
United States
11:00hs
9/20/2022
Room 1
11:00hs
9/20/2022
Room 2
Helping producers navigate the complexities of FAD programs

Jeremy Pittman, Smithfield Hog Production

Sessions: FAD Industry disease preparedness plan
Chair: Tom Wetzell

11:00hs
9/20/2022
Room 2
11:10hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
Improving livability through grow-finish biosecurity

Kate Dion, Hanor Company

Sessions: Birth to market livability
Chair: Joel DeRouchey

11:10hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
Economics of wean-to-finish mortality – a newly developed calculator

Lee Schulz, Iowa State University

Sessions: Birth to market livability
Chair: Joel DeRouchey

Speaker:
Lee L. Schulz
United States
11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 1
PRRS 1-4-4 L1C Rebreaks: A practitioner perspective

Brad Leuwerke, Swine Vet Center

Sessions: PRRS
Chair: Cesar Corzo

Speaker:
Brad Leuwerke
United States
11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 1
11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 3
Shifting farm practices based on public perception: today and tomorrow

JoDee Haala, Christensen Farms

Sessions: Social licensing and the swine industry
Chair: Perle Zhitnitskiy

11:30hs
9/20/2022
Room 3
11:40hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
Discussion and take-home practices

Joel DeRouchey, Kansas State University

Sessions: Birth to market livability
Chair: Joel DeRouchey

Speaker:
Dr. Joel DeRouchey
United States
Specialist in Animal Nutrition
11:40hs
9/20/2022
Room 4
12:10hs
9/20/2022
Wrap-up session / Where do we go from here?

Chair: Kim VanderWaal

Tara Donovan, Hanor Company; Carissa Odland, Wholestone Farms; Noel Williams, Iowa Select Farms

Speaker:
Noel Williams
United States
Departamento Técnico
12:10hs
9/20/2022