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March 26, 2019 — AASV Staff [AASV]
If you attended the 50th AASV Annual Meeting in Orlando, thank you! We hope it was an enjoyable and productive meeting for you. Please help us improve future AASV meetings by providing your comments...
Position Announcement: Genetic Herd Veterinarian
March 26, 2019 — The Maschhoffs [Jobs]
The Maschhoffs seeks a genetic herd veterinarian, based in southern Illinois. Job Duties and Accountabilities Monitor health and surveillance programs for TML's internal genetic operations and...
NPPC Statement on Illegal Pork Seizure
March 20, 2019 —  [Ind.]
On March 15, 2019, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that it intercepted a large shipment of illegal pork products from China before it could enter the United States. The contraband...
Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin
March 20, 2019 —  [FAD]
Read the latest Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin brought to you by the Pork Checkoff, in collaboration with NPPC, SHIC, and AASV. Headlines include: African Swine Fever Continues Global...
Veterinary Biologics Training Program Registration Open
March 20, 2019 —  [Conf.]
Registration for the Veterinary Biologics Training Program, May 20-24, 2019 is open through April 15. If space is available, late applications will be accepted. The Veterinary Biologics Training...
People on the Move: Dr. Julie Funk
March 20, 2019 —  [AASV]
Dr. Julie Funk has moved to Tucson, Arizona, where she has assumed duties as dean of the University of Arizona's proposed College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM). She was previously a professor and...
Doc Tales
March 20, 2019 — Harry Snelson [OP-ED]
I'm sure many of you noticed the signs around the hotel in Orlando warning about the presence of alligators. This led to a discussion I overheard regarding how to tell the difference between an...
Position Announcement: Genetic Herd Veterinarian
March 19, 2019 — The Maschhoffs [Jobs]
The Maschhoffs seeks a genetic herd veterinarian, based in southern Illinois. Job Duties and Accountabilities Monitor health and surveillance programs for TML's internal genetic operations and...
Foundation Honors Henry with Prestigious Heritage Award
March 15, 2019 —  [AASV]
Dr Steven Henry received the American Association of Swine Veterinarians Foundation's Heritage Award during the AASV's 50th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. Dr Paul Ruen, AASV Foundation chair,...
AASV Foundation Announces Recipient of Hogg Scholarship
March 15, 2019 —  [AASV]
Dr Erin Lowe was named the 2019 recipient of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians Foundation Hogg Scholarship. Mary Lou Hogg presented the scholarship during the American Association of...
AASV Foundation Funds Three Research Proposals
March 15, 2019 —  [AASV]
Dr Paul Ruen, chairman of the AASV Foundation, announced the selection of three research proposals for funding during the foundation's annual luncheon on March 10th in Orlando, Florida. The...
AASV Proceedings Online
March 14, 2019 —  [AASV]
Even if you weren't able to attend the AASV Annual Meeting in Orlando, you can still benefit from the many excellent presentations delivered at the meeting. The conference proceedings (including the...
How Did You Like This Year's Annual Meeting?
March 13, 2019 — AASV Staff [AASV]
If you attended the 50th AASV Annual Meeting in Orlando, thank you! We hope it was an enjoyable and productive meeting for you. Please help us improve future AASV meetings by providing your comments...
NPPC Offers Veterinary Student Externships
March 13, 2019 —  [Students]
The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) has an externship opportunity for four senior veterinary students for the 2019-2020 school year. The externships are two weeks in length and take place in...
Thank You, AASV Annual Meeting Sponsors!
March 13, 2019 —  [AASV]
Members of AASV attending the annual meeting make a substantial investment in the form of registration fees, travel, lodging, meals, and potential loss of income while away from work. However, the...

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Category abbreviations: AASV=Membership information, announcements, and other information from the American Association of Swine Veterinarians; Abs.=Abstracts from journal articles of general interest to swine veterinarians.; ALERT=Used to create email alerts; An.H.=Animal Health; Conf.=Conference announcements and other continuing education opportunities; FAD="Foreign" Animal Disease and other news most significant to regions outside of North America.; Food=Food Safety; Gov.=Information about legislation, regulations, and rulemaking that may affect the swine industry or swine veterinarians.; Hum.H.=Human health; Ind.=News from the pork industry, including NPPC and Pork Board activities.; International=Information regarding swine health and production internationally.; Jobs=Position announcements, primarily seeking swine veterinarians.; Meet=Provides a short synopsis of meetings of importance to swine veterinarians.; News=Agriculture related news events.; Nutr.=Swine nutrition; OP-ED=Opinion or editorial articles expressing the thoughts of individual Association members.; Pharm.=Pharmaceuticals and biologicals; PRRS=Articles from the AASV PRRS Task Force; Practice=Information associated with practice management or development.; Research=Research topics of interest to swine veterinarians.; Students=Information of interest to AASV student members.; USDA=US Dept. of Agriculture activities of interest to swine veterinarians.; Welfare=Animal welfare issues