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Feb 19, 2020

Simplify Feeding to Financials

Save time, boost efficiency with the Performance Beef platform.

Feb 12, 2020

Develop a Biosecurity Mindset

Specific, effective biosecurity protocols need to become part of your standard operating procedures. Take the steps to ensure all employees know how important they are.

Feb 10, 2020

When It Comes to Biosecurity, the ‘IRS’ is Your Friend

Protection related to animal health and food safety issues begins at the farm level, and the acronym “IRS” plays an important role: isolation, resistance and sanitation.

Jan 24, 2020

University Experts Debate the Path to Outstanding Silage and Haylage

The process of achieving high quality silage begins in the field and is influenced along the way by all subsequent actions in the production process.

Jan 24, 2020

Preserving the Value of Your Farm

Farmers and farmland owners can lose 30% or more of their farm or ranch land value due to capital gains taxes on the sale. Learn more about preserving the value of your farm by deferring taxes.

Jan 09, 2020

You Dirty Rat … Rodent Control is Vital

In this time of heightened biosecurity awareness, the importance of an effective disease barrier system for rodent control in and around hog buildings can’t be overstated.

Jan 06, 2020

Rodents are Potential Threat to Human and Animal Health

Rodents can cause major problems due to destruction and contamination of food, in addition to disease spread, say two experts at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Dec 10, 2019

Biosecurity Principle No. 1: Keep Things Separate

Key elements of a successful biosecurity program are often neglected, says Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt, DVM, a professor at the University of Montreal in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. You can change that outlook.

Dec 04, 2019

Prevent Disease Entry

Biosecurity is described as a combination of management practices designed to prevent the introduction and transmission of diseases and disease-causing agents into a herd. Learn what your biosecurity plan should include