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Three Uncultured Swine get together and discuss critically acclaimed movies. One of us kind of knows what they are talking about. Us other two definitely do not. Come along on a journey with us where we attempt to find out why movies win awards, how we think we can make them better, and copious amounts of Star Wars References.
 
Wine Time With The Wine Swine (The Podcast) is based on my essays for the Food/Wine section of the La Mission Patreon. In it I talk about some of my favorite Natural wines, producers, styles, and personal experiences around the Natural Wine Industry. You can expect interviews with other members of the world of Natural Wine too. This is good for beginners and experienced consumers of Natural Wine to learn things & I hope to learn plenty myself as well!
 
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Influenza viruses are a huge concern for swine producers around the globe: firstly, because they cause high levels of illness in the herds; secondly, because they are very contagious and evolve very quickly. Although swine (and human) influenza viruses can circulate throughout the entire year, most outbreaks do occur during late fall and winter – s…
 
SwineCast 1221 Show Notes: The Swine Disease Reporting System team features special guest Dr. Clayton Johnson (Carthage Veterinary Services) for an update on the recent data collected by the SDRS. This SwineCast episode shares the most recent report number 59, that can also be found at https://fieldepi.research.cvm.iastate.edu/sdrs/.…
 
SwineCast 1222 Show Notes: Is your staff doing all the little things right in your swine breeding program? How do you know if they are? PICs Dr. Lori Thomas Kociemba (PIC Technical Services Manager) and Kendall Weger (PIC Reproduction Team) talk thru the keys to successful breeding outcomes. More information on breeding https://www.pic.com/?s=breed…
 
SwineCast 1221 Show Notes: The Swine Disease Reporting System team features special guest Dr. Clayton Johnson (Carthage Veterinary Services) for an update on the recent data collected by the SDRS. This SwineCast episode shares the most recent report number 59, that can also be found at https://fieldepi.research.cvm.iastate.edu/sdrs/.…
 
There is a lot we need to consider when managing nursery pigs. Swine producers, nutritionists, vets, and everyone else involved in the process must do their best to protect the pigs from stressors after weaning while raising robust and healthy animals. However, it is common knowledge that there is not a single answer or a silver bullet to solve all…
 
It is common knowledge that any biosecurity program must be well designed to both minimize the impact of endemic pathogens to which the herds have been exposed and fend off pathogens to which they have not come into contact yet. But even though we recognize the importance of biosecurity processes, we sometimes forget that they must change from seas…
 
SwineCast 1220 Show Notes: How are suppliers involved in biosecurity? PIC’s Jason Pooley (PIC Health Programs Manager) and Michael McKinney (PIC Key Account Manager) look at feed mill biosecurity and discuss how biosecurity pays big dividends when properly followed.由Truffle Media Networks
 
In this episode of SwineTime, host Dr. Spencer Wayne sits down with Dr. Scott Dee, who currently serves as the Director of Research for PIPESTONE Veterinary Services. Dive into the viral risks associated with feed, and how to alleviate the risks on your operation. According to Scott, this information is relatively new to the industry as is the use …
 
Certainly, we are asking a lot of our professors, especially the new ones, since meeting both their teaching and researching agendas as part of their roles at the university can be quite a challenge. Additionally, they must keep an eye on what is happening in the swine industry and on the ways they can better coordinate their students' training and…
 
To learn about the Minnesota Alternative and Outdoor Pig survey talked about in the podcast visit the UMN Extension Swine blog or reach out to Miranda Medrano directly by email (medra036@umn.edu) or phone (612-440-5859). To complete the survey visit https://z.umn.edu/OutdoorSwineSurvey. The survey is open for responses from December 2022 - March 20…
 
It’s quite true that the US hasn’t been hit by ASF yet. However, if there’s one thing we can know for sure is that we need to be prepared for it in case it does cross our borders. In order to stop ASF from spreading, first we must be able to identify it, a process which begins with proper sampling. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Justin Brown abou…
 
The more diseases emerge, the more we have to rely on antibiotics to fight them. However, fighting back with antibiotics can, of course, result in the development of antibiotic resistant strains, which makes it even harder to eliminate diseases on your farm. In today’s episode, I talk with Dr. Noelle Noyes about her research on microbiome and antim…
 
SwineCast 1219 Show Notes: It is likely that Denmark will soon move aggressively toward PRRS elimination. The At The Meeting team talks with Dr. Nicolai Weber (Project Manager, Danish National PRRS Reduction Program) to learn the strategies and expectations of the Danish pork industry.由Truffle Media Networks
 
The usage of fiber in swine diets has come a long way in the past 50 years. Throughout this time, we have been continuously learning more about how it can positively affect swine growth and what nutrients it can actually provide. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Marc Decoux about how fiber is used differently across the globe, how we can continue t…
 
SwineCast 1218 Show Notes: Dr. István Szabó (Hungarian National PRRS Eradication Committee Member) and Dr. Adám Bálint (Hungarian National Reference Veterinary Diagnostic Directorate) share with the At The Meeting team how Hungary eradicated the PRRS virus from the majority of the country’s herds.由Truffle Media Networks
 
When we analyze a population of pigs, oftentimes the average pig is considered the most important statistic, and efforts are directed to improving them in the barn. However, if improving the entire population is our goal, maybe that shouldn’t be our main focus. In this episode, I talk with Dr. John Deen about his experience with increasing the tota…
 
SwineCast 1217 Show Notes: What are the benefits of a strong veterinarian relationship? Dr. Deanne Hemker (PIC Health Assurance Veterinarian) and Jason Pooley (PIC Health Programs Manager) share information on developing and maximizing your servicing veterinarian as a key biosecurity resource. They address how often your veterinarian should be on s…
 
All facets of a swine facility need some form of maintenance from time to time – that includes the pit underneath the pigs. Certain conditions in the pit can cause the manure to foam up, which may lead to both safety and logistical issues. In today’s episode, I talk with Matthew Schutte about pit foaming and what we need to do to ensure it doesn’t …
 
The genome of swine (of any animal, as a matter of fact) holds what seems to be an endless amount of information – and the future of swine production as well. Therefore, the knowledge we have gained so far about the pig genome could, in theory, be used to improve sustainability and performance in the industry. But how can we accomplish this? In thi…
 
Dr. Ken Stalder was a legend and an icon in the swine industry. He dedicated much of his life to bettering the lives of pigs and the lives of the people working with pigs. Just as he dedicated his life to the pork industry, we are dedicating this episode to him. In this episode, Dr. Steve Moeller comes on to share some thoughts and memories about D…
 
Everyone performing swine research loves to see one thing: p<0.05. We love to discover those significant differences and hope to find something that will be beneficial for our nation's swine producers, but sometimes there’s still value in no significant differences. In today’s episode, I talk with Gene Gourley about the value of swine research in o…
 
SwineCast 1215 Show Notes: From the 2022 Missouri Pork Expo, Alice Roach (University of Missouri) talks about Social Media, Making A Plan, And Sticking To It. Resources from the University of Missouri: Harnessing Social Media to Build Your Business [link] Facebook and Instagram Insights [link]由Truffle Media Networks
 
In a broad spectrum, we all know what welfare is. However, how can we measure it in our animal facilities? And once we have established what the weak points are, how can we improve them? In this episode, I talk with Dr. Antonio Velarde about the parameters and causes of welfare concerns in swine facilities, the best ways to provide enrichment, and …
 
Mark Twain famously said “If our vote mattered they wouldn’t let us do it.” According to Joe Biden that makes Mark Twain a domestic terrorist. This is just one point comedian Brian Swinehart rants about in this episode. It’s been two years since Joe Biden and his regime stole the 2020 election and a lot of Americans are wondering if the 2022 midter…
 
If you think about your career plans back when you were in highschool or college, you’ll probably realize that, just like most people, you aren’t doing exactly what you thought you would. It’s funny how life has a way of leading you down paths that you may had never considered before, but ends up enjoying. In this episode, I talk with Erica Lain ab…
 
SwineCast 1214 Show Notes: The U.S. Swine Health Improvement Plan (US-SHIP) project has rapidly gained momentum over the past year. The At The Meeting team revisits the Swine Health Improvement Plan a year later with the leaders of the project Dr. Rodger Main (Iowa State University) and Dr. Tyler Holck (Iowa State University). On ‘At the Meeting’, …
 
SwineCast 1213 Show Notes: The Squeal brings insights on technology innovation and transfer into packing plants. Drew Cashman (Fresh Pork Research, Development, and Commercialization Manager, Clemens Food Group) and Brandon Fields (Global Director, Applied Meat Science, PIC) come together to highlight how technology has been applied to reduce labor…
 
SwineCast 1212 Show Notes: The Swine Disease Reporting System team features special guest Dr. Jianqiang Zhang (Iowa State University) for an update on the recent date collected by the SDRS. This SwineCast episode shares the most recent report number 55, that can also be found at http://agtoday.us/swine-reports.…
 
As soon as a sow is designated as a cull sow, it is very easy to mentally move her down on the priority list. However, just like all pigs in a swine facility, they deserve proper care and actions to mitigate stressors as they make their way to the market. They have earned that! In today’s episode, we talk with Dr. Cecilie Kobek-Kjeldager about her …
 
Labor shortages in the swine industry are now worse than they have been in a long time. For the issue, there are several solutions, such as learning to adapt to the new generations of workforce as well as seeking out employees from other countries. In this episode, I talk with Victor Ochoa about how the TN Visa works and how it can bring in more em…
 
In this episode of SwineTime, host, Dr. Spencer Wayne, sits down with PIPESTONE’s Director of Records and Information, Angie Homann, and President of Nutrition, Jon De Jong. Recently, PIPESTONE has taken steps to explore the benefits and challenges of an older weaned pig. The health benefits are evident for grow-finish farmers. Older weaned pigs ar…
 
No ‘silver bullet’ can ever hope to solve the complex issue of biosecurity. That’s because it requires cooperation among everyone involved, as well as lots of time and patience to make it as effective as possible. In this episode, I talk to Dr. Derald Holtkamp about his experiences in mitigating risks of disease and helping veterinarians handle and…
 
For years we have used ingredient databases such as the NRC to estimate nutrient levels for formulating diets for our pigs, but what if I told you that there is another database out there with recently updated values that also has some modeling capabilities? In this episode with Dr. Phillip Miller, we talk about a database he and his colleagues hav…
 
Today we bring on our guest John-Mark and he has one pressing thought. Is Adam Sandler a good actor? It's a question as old as time itself. One that even the greatest scholars have never gotten to the bottom of. But we did. Come find out the truth in this shocking, never before seen expose that will get down to the bottom of this harrowing question…
 
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