Fiber is increasingly being added to pig diets, but fiber digestion in pigs is inefficient and poorly understood.
State-of-the-art nutrition research technology now operating in Muscatine, Iowa.
Low-stress handling techniques show that moving pigs does not need to be a challenge.
After storage in refrigerator or at room temperature, leftover pork chops may have higher levels of pathogenic bacteria.
New article examines effects of group sow housing on reproductive success for pregnant sows in the context of stress.
Data will be analyzed to describe disease activity by major pathogen and/or by clinical syndrome.
Probiotics may represent safe opportunity to fight postweaning dysbiosis and enteric infections in swine industry.
Pig-derived medical products have long history of use in humans and have improved many patients' lives.
Wenjun Ma at Kansas State University receives two grants to study influenza B virus and PCV3 in pigs.