Global group consists of members with knowledge of meat science, pig slaughter, processing, packing and retail.
Researchers clarify interpretation of study results showing contaminants were found in injectable iron products for neonatal piglets.
Gross energy can be predicted accurately for some ingredients if traditional analyses are complemented by additional analyses.
Pig’s response to its first dry feed sets the pace for strong finishing performance.
Proof of principle shows organoids may be used to study complex traits like feed efficiency.
Research suggests farmers need to use multiple measures to prevent tail biting in slaughter pigs, especially pigs with intact tails.
Kansas State research will focus on muscle fatigue due to vibration in trailers.
Only known infection in people as of now is in the laboratory using cultured cells.
Input essential to address specific needs and information gaps within swine production and research.
Livestock surveillance could detect RVF before transmission to people.