Iowa Swine Day
The 2021 Iowa Swine Day is back as an in-person event. Organizers said they are excited to be able to offer a great program of well-known speakers focused on important issues of the U.S. pork industry. The 10th annual event will be held June 24 in the Scheman Building in the Iowa State Center on the Iowa State University campus.
Similar to past events, the morning plenary session presentations will focus on current and future industry updates and perspectives. The afternoon is organized into four concurrent sessions with a total of 12 topics: components of sustainable production, foreign animal disease preparation, practical barn level operation and new research at ISU. Attendees may choose any of the sessions and topics. See the agenda, list of sponsors and speakers, and registration information on the conference website.
View selected videos and presentations from past Iowa Swine Day programs.
This annual event focuses on information that’s vital to today’s pork producers, presented by highly regarded speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience. Each year’s program is designed with direct input from producers representing a cross section of the industry with topics ranging from consumer demands and trends to animal nutrition and health to economics and management. Iowa Swine Day is a collaborative effort between Iowa Pork Industry Center, Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, ISU Extension and Outreach, ISU Department of Animal Science, and Iowa Pork Producers Association.