THE U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) has released "Part I: Baseline Reference of Swine Health & Management in the United States, 2012," the first report from its "Swine 2012" study focusing on operations with 100 or more pigs in the nation's top 13 pork-producing states.
NAHMS provided the following highlights from the report:
* More than three-fourths of sites had
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