Iowa Swine Day 2020
Ames, IA

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Iowa Swine Day 2020 was entirely virtual, with two presentations in each of five weekly webinar sessions. Thanks to Iowa Swine Day sponsors for the entire series and individual sessions, registration was available at no charge. All ten video recordings also are available on the IPIC YouTube channel.



Christine McCracken
executive director, animal protein, Rabobank

Joseph Yaros
associate veterinarian, Pipstone Veterinary Services, Pipestone, MN

Global influences affecting the outlook for U.S. pork (43:21)

Battling ASFV in China: The challenges, risks, and rewards (35:12)



Athena Diesch-Chham
clinical veterinary social worker, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN

Ryan Brook
associate professor, Animal and Poultry Science, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK

Prevention and treatment of stress isn't just for pig (50:20)

Wild Pigs in Canada and What it Means for the U.S. (52:02)



Paul Sundberg
executive director, Swine Health Information Center, Ames, IA

Nick Serão
assistant professor, Animal Science, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

Are we going to keep "IT" out? Global status and trends of FADs (47:42)

Host Genetic Response to PRRS Vaccination and Infection in Sows (47:13)



Ryan Strobel and Chris Sievers
veterinarians, Swine Vet Center, St. Peter, MN

Nick Gabler
associate professor, Animal Science, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

10 ways to reduce wean-to-finish mortality and how to implement them (57:04)

Dietary feed technologies to improve pig performance under stress (59:47)



Jamee Eggers
producer education director, Iowa Pork Producers Association, Clive, IA

Rodger Main
professor and director of operations, Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

How Iowa is preparing for a foreign animal disease (50:52)

Experiences in COVID-19 diagnostics, and their direct application on the U.S. pork industry (45:44)



Stacie Matchan, IPIC, 515-294-7646,
Jason Ross, IPIC and animal science, 515-294-8647,