Iowa Swine Day 2021
Ames, IA

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All video recordings also are available on the IPIC YouTube channel.

Dr. Hyatt Frobose

Dr. Jason Ross

USA commercial director, JYGA Technologies, Inc., Garnett, KS

professor, Animal Science and director, Iowa Pork Industry Center, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

California Proposition 12 and Swine Industry Response (54:25)

Discovery and innovation: Foundations of industry advancement (46:52)

Mike Porth

Dr. Brett Kaysen

chief operating officer, Partners for Production Agriculture, Ames, IA

vice president, sustainability, National Pork Board

Managing through packer relations and price discoveries: Past, current and future (47:20)

Sustainability in the pork industry (35:50)

Dr. Scott Dee

Dr. Keith Erlandson

veterinarian and director of applied research, Pipestone Veterinary Services, Pipestone, MN

senior technical services veterinarian, Zoetis, Alta, IA

Feed biosecurity and how it relates to FAD (48:12)

Boots on the ground experience of ASF and what to expect here in the U.S. (42:04)

Dianne Bettin

Dr. David Meeker

human resources manager and controller, LB Pork, Inc., Truman, MN

senior vice president, scientific services, North American Renderers Association, Alexandria, VA

Our multi-cultural team: What works, what we struggle with, and why it’s all worth it (44:56)

The producer-rendering industry relationship (42:17)

Dr. Daniel Andersen

Dr. Laura Greiner

associate professor, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

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

Pondering pig poop, and possibilities (37:18)

From weaning to lactation: Improving sow reproduction and longevity through nutrition (36:08)

Dr. Gustavo Silva

Dr. John Patience

assistant professor, Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

professor emeritus, Animal Science, Iowa State University

Recent findings on PRRS virus monitoring, control, and prevention. How we move the needle? (36:38)

Drinking water in wean-to-finish: Is it part of the problem or part of the solution? (56:19)

 

 

Contacts:
Stacie Matchan, IPIC, 515-294-7646,  sgould@iastate.edu
Jason Ross, IPIC and animal science, 515-294-8647, jwross@iastate.edu