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Swine Vet Center launches new website

In addition to new veterinarian profiles and an overview of services, the site features sections called SVC News, which includes articles written by or involving the clinic’s veterinarians.

Swine Vet Center, a clinic with 15 veterinarians focused on pig health, has launched a new website to keep its customers and the pork industry posted on its latest services, ideas and initiatives.

“For us, nothing will ever replace face-to-face contact with our customers, but we wanted to expand our online presence and help the pork industry develop a better understanding of who we are and our approach to swine medicine,” says Laura Bruner, a veterinarian at SVC who was actively involved with the website’s development.

In addition to new veterinarian profiles and an overview of SVC’s services, the site features sections called SVC News, which includes articles written by or involving the clinic’s veterinarians.  The new website also features PHT+, a news feed curated by the editors of Pig Health Today.

Swine Vet Center also announced that it was developing a new e-newsletter to keep the pork industry updated on the latest trends and ideas in pig health.  To subscribe, click here.

Swine Vet Center has come a long way since 1990 — when three veterinarians hung out a shingle in St. Peter, Minn., to service the flourishing pork industry in the Midwest. The clinic’s customers have changed, too. Today the clinic serves producers in many states, ranging from major pork-production companies with 25,000 to 150,000 plus sows to traditional family farms with 500 to 2,400 sows.

For more information, visit SwineVetCenter.com or call 507-934-3970.

Source: Swine Vet Center, which is solely responsible for the information provided, and wholly owns the information. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.
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