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Fair pig biosecurity for 4-H swine project members

4-H swine project participants are part of the United States pork industry and share in the responsibility of biosecurity. Download the lesson and activities.

Immunological castration and ethanol co-products studied to improve pork production

Utilizing alternative feed ingredients allows production systems to remain competitive while helping to keep pork affordable for consumers. More

Group sow housing: Practical considerations

Many factors influence the success of a group housing system. More

Manure being applied to a field

Effects of swine manure applications on soil nutrient levels and phosphorus loss risk

Results from a southwest Minnesota monitoring project and the application of the Minnesota Phosphorus Index. More

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