For the last issue of 2017, Pig Progress went back to school. A very special school to be precise – one that teaches about pigs. This edition also contains several articles devoted to piglet health.
The themes ‘lung health’ and ‘genetics’ are both very prominent in the latest edition of Pig Progress. The edition can now be read digitally.
Breeding company Choice Genetics’s aim is for sows to have good nursing qualities. France Perrot, the company’s director of international market development, explained to Pig Progress that the company is aiming at farms looking for labour efficiency and producing pigs without the use of artificial milk replacers.
Cargill and Diamond V ‘join forces’, as was stated in a press release last week. Pig Progress talked to Jeff Cannon, president and CEO of Diamond V, about the benefits of the Cargill acquisition.
The Vyturys conglomerate is one of Lithuania’s largest pork producers and has been working hard to reach Western European levels with regard to production and quality. Vyturys is succeeding, as Pig Progress found out.
In the search for alternatives to antibiotics, the 8th issue of Pig Progress in 2017 contains series of interesting background articles. How about an approach using proteases or vaccination through liquid feeding?
That’s the title of Ross Douthat’s column in today’s Times. It’s important. Maybe [Weinstein’s] overdue exposure shows that the world has changed, and progressive industries are finally feminist enough to put their old goats out to pasture. But it might just show that a certain kind of powerful liberal creep only gets his comeuppance when he’s... View Article
ROSS DOUTHAT ON HARVEY WEINSTEIN: The Pigs of Liberalism. “Maybe his overdue exposure shows that the world has changed, and progressive industries are finally feminist enough to put their old goats out to pasture. But it might just show that a certain kind of powerful liberal creep only gets his comeuppance when he’s weakened or […]
Harvey Weinstein and the predations of progressive men.
Check out the latest edition of Pig Progress with its striking new, fresh look and feel. In addition to this, the issue features a couple of interesting and insightful articles as to how to prevent pathogens from standing a chance in doing harm at a pig farm.
The pig business is catching on simultaneously in various places all over the world. Where many eyes are directed towards China these days, Latin America also deserves our attention. We travelled to Colombia to observe the process with our own eyes.
In July, Delacon and Cargill announced they are partnering to promote phytogenics, a series of new tools were revealed for swine producers and also new feed plants are in use. Pig Progress wraps up the month of the pig business.
What exactly can be adaptive about a feed solution? Quite a lot – so much became clear at the recent webinar ‘The science of an adaptive feed solution’, held by Pig Progress and Danisco Animal Nutrition, part of DuPont Industrial Biosciences.
As of today, Pig Progress visitors can enjoy a novel section, which contains dynamic tools that allow easy access to pig production information from around the world.
‘Microbial diversity’ was the theme of a recent webinar, held by Pig Progress in co-operation with animal nutrition and health company Alltech.
Subjects related to biosecurity as well as breeding/genetics constitute the core of the latest print edition of Pig Progress.
‘Microbial diversity’ will be the theme of Pig Progress’ next webinar, held in co-operation with animal nutrition and health company Alltech. The webinar will be broadcast live from Amsterdam on Wednesday, 14 June 2016.
Proagrica, publisher of Poultry World, All About Feed, Pig Progress and Dairy Global has published special editions in Chinese for the 4th year in a row.
The second webinar in the ‘Piglet Livability’ series, organised by Pig Progress and Cargill Animal Nutrition, zoomed in on the importance of transition feeding for gestating sows.
High-level zinc oxide usage in post-weaning piglets is under scrutiny in the European Union. What management actions can pig producers take to overcome problems posed by a potential ban? Pig Progress’ expert John Gadd will share a few in the episodes to come.