Journal of Swine Health and Production
The Journal of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians
January and February, 2020 • Volume 28, Number 1
Table of Contents
Executive Editor's message: An Editor's Reflection
Effects of oral administration of Bacillus subtilis C-3102 to nursing piglets on preweaning growth performance, fecal consistency, and fecal microbes
Meneget MB, DeRouchey JM, Woodworth JC, et al
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Diagnosis of Yersinia enterocolitica serovar O:9 in a commercial 2400-sow farm with false-positive Brucella suis serology using western blot, competitive ELISA, bacterial isolation, and whole genome sequencing
Free RA, Ladd M, Capsel R, et al
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- Pork Checkoff works with DHS on ASF disinfectant study
- Study: pork in foreign luggage poses high ASF risk
- National Pork Board names two new vice presidents
- Second Pig Welfare Symposium deemed success
- Checkoff messages resonate with dietitians
- AASV engages FFA students at national convention
- AASV committee leaders and Board of Directors meet
- AASV forms new committee for early career veterinarians
- AASV updates committee guidelines
- Scholarships available for members pursuing ACAW certification
- Swine veterinarians invited to apply for Hogg Scholarship
- How's your vision?
- Debt relief scholarship available to young practitioners
- Up to $60,000 research funding available; proposals due January 17
Vice-Presidential Candidate's messages:
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