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The University of Minnesota Extension swine team works to bring University research to producers, processors, and consumers to improve the performance, health and welfare of pigs while enhancing economic, environmental and social sustainability of pork production.

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2016 SowBridge and PorkBridge registration materials

Register for SowBridge and PorkBridge by January 10, 2016 to ensure materials for the first session! More

Potential use of microalgae in swine diets

Using microalgae in animal production industries to produce more food using fewer feed resources that is more sustainable and minimizes negative impacts on the environment. More

The role of dietary fiber in diets for growing pigs- Part 2

Feed ingredients with high concentration of dietary fiber, such as distillers dried grains with solubles, are widely available and a price competitive source of energy and nutrients for swine feeding programs. More

The role of dietary fiber in diets for growing and finishing pigs

Feed ingredients with high concentration of dietary fiber, such as distillers dried grains with solubles, are widely available and a price competitive source of energy and nutrients for swine feeding programs. More

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