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Centralia Swine Research Update 2015

1 April 2015, at 12:00a.m.

Proceedings of the Centralia Swine Research Update held in January 2015.

Centralia Canada

To read the full papers from the Centralia Swine Research Update, click on the link below.

Presentations

  • An Investigation of Iron Deficiency and Anaemia in Piglets - Amanda Kubik, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph
  • The Use of Zinc in Swine Production and Its Link to Antimicrobial Resistance - Mackenzie Slifierz, Department of Pathobiology, University of Guelph
  • Feeding of Fermented DDGS in a Liquid Feed System to Weanling Pigs: Improving Growth
  • Performance using Fibre Manipulation with Enzymes and Microbial Inoculants - Melissa Wiseman, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Guelph
  • Improving Sow Productivity through Genetics and Genomics - Laurence Maignel, Canadian Centre for Swine Improvement Inc.
  • Animal Health Laboratory Update - Dr Jim Fairles, Animal Health Lab, University of Guelph
  • Dynamics of Nitrogen Retention in Gestating Sows – Implications for Feeding Programs - Emily Miller, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Guelph
  • Preparing For the Next Emerging Disease – Lessons Learned From PED - Dr Lisa Becton, Director, Swine Health Information and Research, National Pork Board
  • Environmental Enrichment for Growing Swine - Heather Neureuther, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph
  • PED Research Update 2013-2014 - Dr Lisa Becton, Director, Swine Health Information and Research, National Pork Board
  • Swine Influenza – The Pattern of Infection in a Nursery, Not What You Would Expect - Dr Juliana Ferreira, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph
  • Challenges of Designing a Diet Using Local Feedstuffs for Ugandan Subsistence Farmers - Natalie Carter, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph
  • Economic Impact of PRRS: The Difference Between All-In/All-Out vs Continuous Flow Nursery Management - Dr Radu Zorzolan, Agribrands Purina
  • Pain Control in Pigs - Dr Robert Friendship, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph

Written-only Topics

  • Ontario Pork Research and Partnerships - J. Howden
  • OSHAB ARC&E Overview - L. Moser
  • Ontario Farm Income Database – Benchmarking Swine Farms - R. Duffy, K. McEwan, K. Poon
  • An Epidemiological Study of Genetic Resistance against Salmonella Shedding and Immune Response against Salmonella in Pigs - M. Ainslie, V. Farzan, R. Friendship, C.F.M de Lange, B. Lillie
  • Nursery Diet Complexity in Commercial Settings: Impact on Growth Performance and Carcass Quality - H. Reinhardt, V. Farzan and K. de Lange
  • Using Ketones as a Diagnostic Tool for Identifying Nursery Pig Anorexia - A. Kubik, T. O’Sullivan, J. Harding, R. Friendship
  • Factors Associated With the Use of Antimicrobials Commonly Applied For Treatment of Swine Dysentery in the Grower-Finisher Phase of Production - K. Walczak, Z. Poljak, R. Friendship
  • Characterising Streptococcus suis from Clinical Cases and Healthy-Carrier Pigs - E. Arndt, V. Farzan, G. Soltes, J. MacInnes, R. Friendship
  • Mixing (Compounding) Iron Dextran with NSAIDs for Use in Piglets - S. Ramkissoon, T. O’Sullivan, J. DeLay, S. Enouri, R. Friendship, R. Johnson
  • The Search for a Nutritional Solution for the Control of Boar Taint - P. Park, I.B. Mandell, and E.J. Squires
  • Investigation of the Spread of PRRS Virus between Swine Sites Participating in an ARC&E Project in Ontario - A.G. Arruda, R. Friendship, J. Carpenter, K. Hand, D. Ojkic, Z. Poljak
  • Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN) - M. Barham
  • Prairie Swine Centre Research Reports

Further Reading

You can view the full report by clicking here.

updated April 2015