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Animal Science Research Webinar Series

Register today for these 4 Animal Science Research Webinars 

The Animal Science Research Webinar Series is designed to highlight results from completed research projects funded by the Animal Science Committee of the National Pork Board. These results have direct application to production and therefore pork producers will find this information to be valuable as they make management decisions that affect productivity and profitability. The webinar will be presented by the principle investigator from each project and webinar participants will have the opportunity to interact with the investigator following the presentation.



Interaction of DDGS and housing type on sow productivity
 
Use of soybean hulls in growing and finishing swine diets
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Use of drought stressed corn in swine diets
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Pelleting and complete diet grinding for high byproduct diets
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Pork Industry Productivity Analysis

The National Pork Board Animal Science Committee recognized that there is a lack of publically available information for producers to use when benchmarking productivity in various phases of production. Therefore, they initiated the Industry Productivity Analysis with the purpose of providing data documenting the productivity of U.S. pork production. The information mined from analysis of this data is intended to benefit all producers through improved productivity at the farm level and will serve to inform the Checkoff programs, academics and other funding agencies about areas of research which are likely to have the greatest impact.
 
 
 
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Animal Science

The Pork Checkoff Animal Science Committee is made up of pork producers from across the country, animal scientists, veterinarians, extension specialists and as necessary, other identified experts. Priorities for programming include pork quality, sow longevity, nutrition, genetics and alternatives to production antimicrobials.
 
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