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16:34PM Sep 18, 2019

Second Case of African Swine Fever Strikes South Korea

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
A second case of African swine fever (ASF) has been reported at a pig farm near the border with North Korea, a day after the first case struck South Korea.
15:42PM Sep 18, 2019

Oklahoma Set to Ban Garbage Feeding

National Pork Board
AgWeb Contributor
The practice of garbage or waste feeding to swine will be prohibited in Oklahoma starting Nov. 1, which would mean nearly half of U.S. states have such a law.
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09:56AM Sep 18, 2019

Around the Globe, Farmers Seek Healthy Animals, Environment

Pat Melgares
AgWeb Contributor
K-State’s DeRouchey sees common thread among world’s livestock producers.
09:28AM Sep 18, 2019

ASF Takes A Toll

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Rabobank expects up to a 50% loss in China’s pig herd
17:29PM Sep 17, 2019

Take-Home Messages from Day Two of Leman Swine Conference

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Day two of the Leman Swine Conference kicked off with Christine McCracken’s perspective of animal protein markets and the impact of African swine fever. Here’s a few quotes to note.
10:36AM Sep 17, 2019

Man Held In Diemel Case Waives Hearing Right

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
A Missouri man held in connection with the disappearance of two Wisconsin brothers has waived his right to a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is enough evidence for a
09:32AM Sep 17, 2019

4 Ways Automated Sow Weight Monitoring Pays You Back

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Automated sow weight monitoring eliminates the guesswork of body condition scoring and gives you solid data for better informed management decisions.