A study at Iowa State University may give pork producers new insights on how to manage porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS). A post-graduate fellow, sponsored by Zoetis, will work with other university scholars to identify herd-specific best practices to prevent, control and/or eliminate the PRRS virus.
Although pork researchers have learned much over the years about how this virus spreads and infects pigs, PRRS remains a troublesome disease. A 2013 study showed tha
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