This member gave a presentation on May 12, 2022
At the following event:
Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada 2022
Article published the August 20, 2021
IntroductionThis article identifies the most significant research innovations that, in our opinion, have been applied by the North American pork industry in the past decade. They are primarily the result of leading edge research in North America. Research discoveries were not considered unless they were being integrated into practice, with the exception of gene editing for pathogen control, which ...
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This member gave a presentation on August 11, 2021
At the following event:
2021 International Conference on Swine Nutrition
This member gave a presentation on August 11, 2021
At the following event:
2021 International Conference on Swine Nutrition
Article published the July 28, 2021
INTRODUCTIONIn 2016, 63% of U.S. market hog sales originated in Iowa and the surrounding six states (USDA, 2017). While Midwest swine production is in a unique position of being favorably located geographically, such density increases the risk of disease transmission among farms.Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is the costliest disease facing pig producers. Holtkamp et a ...
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Participation in Forum on June 30, 2021
Before I can answer this question, I would need to know how old the piglets are. It would also help for me to know what ingredients you have available to feed to the pigs.
Video published on June 10, 2021
Dr. John Patience (Iowa State University) talks about feeding programs, management and health issues in a Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
News published on June 1, 2021
Industry and academic swine nutritionists will gather on the Iowa State University campus on August 11th and 12th, 2021, for the International Conference on Swine Nutrition. This conference is organized in part to thank the pork industry for its strong support of the Applied Swine Nutrition program in the Department of Animal Science. Dr. John Patience, who recently retired on April 30 after lea ...
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Participation in Forum on April 12, 2021
Juarez Donzele Thank you Prof. Donzele for your question. My understanding of the literature would indicate that when establishing Ca and P levels in the diet, the first step is to ensure that the STTD or available P level is above requirement. If it is close to or below requirement, then the ratio of Ca:STTD P or Ca: aP is very, very important. As P rises above requirement, then the ratio becomes ...
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