Change Agent: Suzanne Millman

July 26, 2017

4 Top Lameness Diagnoses Point to Management Strategies

July 19, 2017

Beware: Ionophore Toxicity Shows Up In Swine When It Shouldn't

July 19, 2017

Holtkamp: Annual PRRS Costs Fall $83.3 Million

July 3, 2017

Understanding Risks for M. Hyo Disease Can Help Protect US Swine Herds

June 28, 2017

Sato Honored as NAVC Speaker of the Year

June 5, 2017

Dr. Yuko Sato, assistant professor of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine, has been named a 2017 Speaker of the Year by the North American Veterinary Conference.

Sato was honored with one of the five NAVC Speakers of the Year award for 2017 and the only one recognized in the the exotics section. More than 350 nationally renowned veterinary speakers spoke at the annual Orlando conference representing more than 1200 different sessions. The award is voted on by the event attendees.

Veterinarians Work to Strengthen Food Safety and Drug Efficacy in Pork Production

May 31, 2017

Direct-fed Microbial Mitigates Effects of PEDV Challenge in Nursery Pigs

May 22, 2017

Schwartz Named 2017 Master of the Pork Industry

May 12, 2017

Dr. Kent Schwartz, clinical professor in veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine and the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, has been named a 2017 Master of the Pork Industry by the National Hog Farmer magazine.

Schwartz was among the handpicked group of pork industry leaders “who have left deep roots in the swine business.” He was selected because of his “commitment to each of the up to 3,000 cases that cross his desk in the VDL. To Schwartz, these cases aren’t just numbers, there are real producers with real herds and real concerns.”

Recent CVM Research Supports Judicious Antimicrobial Use

April 20, 2017