Lessons learned from wean-to-harvest biosecurity program

From World Pork Expo, Dr. Megan Niederwerder of the Swine Health Information Center provides an update on the center's Wean-to-Harvest Biosecurity Program.

June 14, 2024

Fifteen research projects have now been funded as part of the Swine Health Information Center’s Wean-to-Harvest Biosecurity Program. It is a program that is being conducted in collaboration with the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research and the Pork Checkoff. What does the program mean for the US pork industry? What are the lessons learned to date? And what’s ahead?

Joining our Ann Hess from World Pork Expo with an update is Megan Niederwerder, executive director, Swine Health Information Center.

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