Pig Industry News

News published on April 3, 2008:

Enzyme technology significantly improves digestibility of DDGS

Pig producers looking to reduce feed costs by including DDGS in the feed formulation can use the latest developments in enzyme technology to improve nutrient digestibility, according to recent research from Dan...
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Danisco Animal Nutrition
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News published on April 1, 2008:

Consequences of Disease on Nutrition

At the 2nd Annual London Swine Conference, Dr. Gary Dial spoke eloquently about the costs, consequences and control of endemic diseases in the swine industry. He believes that "we have entered a stage in the co...
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Ontario M. of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
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News published on March 31, 2008:

INVE Nutri-Ad at the Pig and Poultry Conference in Bangkok

On March 4-6, INVE Nutri-Ad contributed to the Pig and Poultry Focus Conference in Bangkok, Thailand.Koen SCHWARZER showed the latest developments on the use of target release concepts to enhance intestinal hea...
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INVE Nutri-AD
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News published on March 31, 2008:

IDEXX Introduces Free LabREXX® Online Service for Streamlined Lab Test Requests and Record-keeping

This fast, accurate Web-based method allows practices to efficiently order diagnostic tests from IDEXX Reference LaboratoriesIDEXX Reference Laboratories, a division of IDEXX Laboratories, Inc., announced the a...
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IDEXX Laboratories
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News published on March 31, 2008:

Hypor Breeding Pigs Arrive Into S. Korea

Easy Bio chooses Hypor for its expertise in adapting to local requirementsHypor is proud to announce the arrival of its first breeding pigs into South Korea. The shipment of 197 GGPs arrived on February 3, 2008...
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Hypor
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News published on March 29, 2008:

Three Global Leaders Debate the Issues Facing the Food Industry Today

Three of the world’s top agricultural policy makers will come together to address feed, food and fuel issues as part of Alltech’s 24th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium to be held April 20-23,...
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Alltech Inc.
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News published on March 26, 2008:

Quick Analysis of Transport Can Save Problems at Processing Plants

The slaughterhouse’s holding pen – known also as lairage – is the end of the line for hogs on their way through the food chain. It can also be the beginning of the line for the spread of pathogenic Salmonella i...
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Newswise Science News
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News published on March 19, 2008:

Gilts Are More Sensitive to Vomitoxin Than Barrows

The incidence of Fusarium infestation in cereal crops in western Canada has been increasing over the past few years. Fusarium-infected grains produce a toxic metabolite commonly known as vomitoxin. Consuming vo...
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Government of Ontario / OMAFRA
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News published on March 18, 2008:

Milk Supplementation for Baby Pigs

If sows are heat-stressed their daily feed intake decreases to decrease heat production. The reduced feed intake can result in increased tissue loss from the sow, lower piglet weaning weights, and possibly high...
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Virginia Tech Cooperative Extension
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News published on March 14, 2008:

Zinpro Announces World’s First Sow Lameness Symposium

International Collaboration to Discuss Lameness Identification and PreventionZinpro Corporation has announced the world’s first symposium on sow lameness will take place in Minneapolis, Minn., on April 2-4, 200...
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Zinpro Corp.
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