Meet the Leman Keynote Speakers!

The full Allen D. Leman Swine Conference program details are now available! Check here the programs for Monday, September 21 and Tuesday, September 22. You can link to the preconference program too.

Enjoy listening to our keynote lecturers! Fom the impacts of COVID-19 on the swine industry to strategies designed to capture value from the farm to the table. An event not to be missed! Register by August 30 for a discounted rate.

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Allen D. Leman Swine Conference Poster Session is going virtual!

This year the Poster Session is going virtual! More than ever, the virtual environment will allow unlimited access to the posters and opportunities to interact with presenters throughout the conference. The Allen D. Leman Swine Conference organizing committee invites abstract proposals for this conference in different thematic areas. Visit the website for more information!

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2020 Allen D Leman Swine Conference goes VIRTUAL!

Same great dates… September 19-22, 2020

Same great content…science-driven solutions to the complex challenges facing the global swine industry.

New great format… VIRTUAL!

Follow this link for more information!

https://ccaps.umn.edu/allen-d-leman-swine-conference

2020 Science in Practice Award Winner: Clayton Johnson

Clayton Johnson, DVM, a partner and veterinarian at Carthage Veterinary Services in Carthage, Ill., will receive the 2020 Allen D. Leman Science in Practice Award in September. He joins a growing and illustrious list of veterinarians who have received the award, which is presented at the annual Allen D. Leman Swine Conference in St. Paul, Minn.

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Best of Leman 2019 #3: Three systems views on PRRS decreasing incidence

A few days ago, we shared a report that PRRS incidence decreased in naive breed-to-wean farms. Interesting questions were brought forward by our readers so this month, we are sharing three practitioners’ experiences with PRRS in their systems: Dr. Tara Donova with the Hanor company, Dr. Jay Miller with The Maschhoffs, and Dr. Pete Thomas from Iowa Select Farms.

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