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How TN Visa talent from Mexico can impact your farm

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TN Visa workers from Mexico are educated individuals trained in various areas of animal handling.

Manual labor requirements are shared from farm to farm. What would it look like to add talented labor focused team members to your operation? In this episode of SwineTime Podcast, host Spencer Wayne, veterinarian and owner with Pipestone Veterinary Services, is joined with Rob Hofmeyer, member of the Pipestone Business Services team, and Jesus Colorado Galan, talent trainer with Farm Team, as they discuss a solution for recruiting talented team members to your farm.

TN Visa workers from Mexico are educated individuals trained in various areas of animal handling. Their goal when coming to the U.S. is to provide assistance to pig operations and work with existing farm teams to successfully care for and market healthy pigs. Tune in to the episode to hear more about the details and benefits of this program.

PIPESTONE's mission is "Helping Farmers Today Create the Farms of Tomorrow." The SwineTime podcast was created for pig farmers and individual pork producers around the country. Hosted by Dr. Wayne, the podcast contains pork industry news, advancements in animal care and how to enhance your productivity.

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