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Alltech hosted its 3rd International Forum on Pork Production in Lexington, Ky., featuring discussions on porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, overcoming the profitability squeeze and a global outlook on the pork industry.
Francois Madec of the French Food Safety Agency presented a talk on PRRS, focusing on their variability and the difficulties of diagnostics. The University of Melbourne's Dr. Frank Dunshea provided solutions to the profitability squeeze. Dr. Luciano Roppa, senior vice president of Provimi Brazil, gave a talk focusing on an overview of the global pork industry.
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Speakers challenge attendees to communicate better, find "middle ground"
Seminars to cover topics from sow productivity and housing to food safety and exports to on-farm security and steps to protect against a foreign animal disease.
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Dietary protein remains a critical factor that affects growth, overall health, and the immune status of piglets during and after the time of weaning.
The nutrition of young, developing gilts has a tremendous impact on the lifetime performance of the sow.
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Feed demand remains uncertain, but may be less than initially feared.
Real-time PCR system detects porcine circovirus 2 (PCV-2), pseudorabies virus (PRV1), porcine parvovirus (PPV) and swine torque teno viruses 1 (TTSuV1) and 2 (TTSuV2).
Stress-related issues cost the US pig industry $50 million per year
Lisa Tokach, D.V.M, researches pig diseases and nutrition.
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