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Improvements in swine herd biosecurity reduce PRRS risk in breeding herds

Dr. Scott Dee of Pipestone Research joins us to share details on a study looking at a new approach to reducing the risk of PRRS in commercial hog barns.

January 18, 2024

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is a significant disease of swine. Joining us to share newly released details on a study looking at whether the application of a comprehensive, science-based approach to breeding herd biosecurity, known as next-generation biosecurity, could reduce the PRRS risk across a large commercial production company is Dr. Scott Dee of Pipestone Research.


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