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Pork Checkoff Research

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Swine Health - General Disease
The “Kansas Cluster” of severe PMWS cases: characterization of a novel PCV2 as the possible etiological agent.
The proposal was submitted in response to a request for proposals to investigate PCV2 associated disease. The three objectives were (1) analyze PCV2 genetic sequences from herds experiencing an...
Animal Well-being
Investigation into the effects of feeding schedule on body condition, aggressiveness, and reproductive failure in group housed sows
Determining the welfare status of gestating sows can be challenging because of the complexities between different gestation housing environments and challenges quantifying measures of welfare. A...
Swine Health - General Disease
Real-time PCR detection of PRRSv and rapid identification of vaccine in serum and semen
The detection of PRRSv in boars is critical for developing and maintaining a biosecure breeding program, however it is complicated by many variables. Correlating the current PRRSv infectious status...
Pork Quality
Infrared Thermography of Market Hogs as a Predictor of Pork Quality
Infrared thermography is a non-invasive, rapid technique capable of detecting pigs with warmer and/or cooler skin surface temperatures than normal, which could be related to variation in pork...
Pork Safety - Pre-Harvest
Corn Particles Size and Pelleting Influence on Fecal Shedding and Enteric Colonization of Salmonella Typhimurium
Grinding corn to a finer particle size has been shown to have beneficial effects on growth, feed efficiency, and digestibility. The trial demonstrated improvements in growth and efficiency. However,...
Public Health - Other
Recovery and Identification of Airborne Microorganisms in Swine Facilities Using Selective Agar and Thin Agar Layer (TAL) Resuscitation Media
This study was designed to determine the amount of bacteria in the air of a swine confinement finishing barn using media designed to resuscitate injured organisms. In addition to knowing how much...
Pork Safety - Post-Harvest
Post-Process Pasteurization of Packaged, Ready-to-Eat products forControl of Listeria monocytogenes
Pork Safety - Pre-Harvest
Growth and Immunomodulatory Effects of the Seaweed Ascophyllum Nodosum in Salmonella-Infected Pigs
Pork Safety - Post-Harvest
Salmonella Risk Assessment for Blade Tenderized, Immersion marinated, Needle Injected and Fibrinogen Processed Pork Cuts During Processing, Storage and Cooking
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