Preventative care and immunizations are a cornerstone of swine health and management. Vaccinating the herd to protect the more immuno-compromised individuals has helped our producers control and even eradicate some infectious diseases. The scientific committee invites you to join the discussions on best practices to use vaccines in the Allen D. Leman swine conference starting this week-end!Continue reading “Let’s talk about vaccines at the Leman swine conference”
Watch this short video to learn about the conference program and social events. Don’t forget to register!
The 2020 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference has moved online, giving you access to all the pre-conferences with a single registration!
Every year, the scientific committee organizes high-quality workshops and this year is no exception. Seven pre-conference sessions will be available on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th and your registration gives you access to all of them! From the latest advances in pig survivability research to a deep-dive into farm biosecurity, you will find a topic to pique your interest. Conflicting times? With the online format, you can watch the presentations later.Continue reading “Attend all the 2020 Leman Conference workshops!”
Dr. Montse Torremorell gave a webinar for the National Pork Board yesterday, sharing practical guidelines to protect workers in the swine industry from COVID-19. Below are the slides from her presentation for your convenience, her contact information are included at the end, should you wish to reach out to Dr. Torremorell.Continue reading “Practical recommendations to prevent COVID-19 in farm workers and allied industries”
This week-end is the 51st annual meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians in Atlanta, GA. Numerous DVM students, graduate students, and faculty members from the University of Minnesota are presenting their latest research findings. Here is a summary table of presenters, topics, date and time. We are looking forward to seeing you there.Continue reading “Come see us in Atlanta at the 2020 AASV meeting!”