Midwest Swine Nutrition Conference 2006

by 5m Editor
29 January 2007, at 12:00am

Hosted by the Indiana Farm Bureau - This article is a collection of the research topics discussed at the Midwest Swine Nutrition Conference 2006.

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World pig production, opportunity or threat?
Donald E. Orr and Vingran Shen, JBS United, Inc. Sheridan, IN

Nutrient-gene interactions: Practical implications
Scott Radcliffe, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

The changing mineral status of high reproducing sows -- What are their needs and when are the critical periods?
Don Mahan, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Corn and soybeans: What’s here? What’s coming?
Daniel B. Jones, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. Johnston, IA

Biosecurity? – Current and emerging threats to commercial animal production
Robert A. Norton Auburn University, Auburn, AL

Will nutrition and management stop hemorrhagic bowel syndrome? A veterinarian’s perspective
William L. Hollis, Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd; Carthage, IL

DDG/S production: Present and future
Maththew L. Gibson and Kip Karges; Dakota Gold Marketing; Sioux Falls, SD

DDGS: Energy and nutrient content and digestibility
Hans Stein, University of Illinois; Urbana, IL

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September 2006