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University of Minnesota Extension Swine team gives research updates through podcasts.

Latest Episodes

Episode 11: Secure Pork Supply Plan in Minnesota

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Dave Wright, Secure Pork Supply coordinator with Minnesota Board of Animal Health and Diane DeWitte, UMN Swine Extension Educator about how they are encouraging the participation of Minnesota pork producers in the Secure Pork Supply plan. Listen to episode 11 podcast(z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode11) (recorded May 30, 2019). Secure Pork Supply resources mentioned in episode 11 podcast include:Secure Pork Supply website(www.securepork.org)Four videos recorded by Dave Wright and Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator to supplement materials found on the Secure Pork Supply website viewed on the UMN Swine Extension YouTube Channel (z.umn.edu/UMNSwineYouTube). They are also embedded in Step 7 of the Seven steps to participate in Secure Pork Supplyfound on the UMN Swine Extension blog (z.umn.edu/SecurePork7Steps).Secure Pork Supply Intro video (7:13 minutes)SPS – Foot and Mouth Disease video (5:21 minutes)SPS – Classical Swine Fever (5:58 minutes)SPS – African Swine Fever (12:19 minutes)

-1 s2019 JUL 2
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Episode 11: Secure Pork Supply Plan in Minnesota

Episode 10: All About African Swine Fever

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Veterinary Medicine Ph.D. Student, Gustavo Lopez about his first-hand experience with African Swine Fever while working in Russia for 6 years. Listen to the podcast:z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode10 (April 1, 2019)Learn more through resources referenced in the podcast as well as other resourcesNational Pork Board - www.pork.org/fadSecure Pork Supply - www.securepork.org. There you can find information on how to create your farm's specific secure pork supply plan that in the event we experience a Foreign Animal Disease in the U.S and you are a negative site in a control area, having a Secure Pork Supply plan will increase your chance of obtaining a movement permit.United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) - www.aphis.usda.gov and search for African Swine Fever if you don't see a link on the home page.UMN Swine Extension blog -z.umn.edu/SecurePork7Stepswhere you will find the Secure Pork Supply Plan broken down into seven steps. Step seven includes four videos that are intended to supplement materials found on the Secure Pork Supply website. Check out the SPS - African Swine Fever video to learn the signs of African Swine Fever.

-1 s2019 MAY 2
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Episode 10: All About African Swine Fever

Episode 9: Energy Usage in Swine Barns

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Animal ScienceGraduate Student, Kirsten Sharpe about research she conducted to measureelectrical and thermal energy consumption in midwest commercial swine barns. Research highlighted in this podcast was funded through a Legislative-Citizens Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR) grant. Listen to the podcast:z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode9 recorded December 20, 2018SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension SwineLearn More About Research Featured in PodcastPresented at Farm Energy Conference June 14, 2017 (YouTubeand PowerPoint)Energy Systems for Swine Production on West Central Research & Outreach Center's websiteArticle published in National Hog Farmer December 27, 2017Published in Applied Engineering in AgriculturePresented atSwine Energy Management SeminarNovember 15, 2018, in Fairmont, MN.

-1 s2019 JAN 7
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Episode 9: Energy Usage in Swine Barns

Episode 8: Swine manure as a side dressing nutrient source in corn

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Melissa Wilson, University of Minnesota Extension Specialist in manure nutrient management about one of her research projects where she is looking at using swine manure as a side dressing nutrient source in corn. Research highlighted in this podcast was funded by the Minnesota Pork Board and Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode8 (recorded October 19, 2018)SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension SwineLearn MorePork Network featured research in this podcast in an article titled,Hog Manure Might Be Corn's Next Sidedressing Option by Sara Brown.Further connect with the UMN Manure Management team by: Visiting their website at www.extension.umn.edu/manureVisit the Minnesota Crop News blog and look under the "Manure Management" and "Nutrient Management" labels for manure management related posts.Follow them on Twitter @UMNmanureFol...

-1 s2018 NOV 16
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Episode 8: Swine manure as a side dressing nutrient source in corn

Episode 7: Use of Novel High Protein Distillers Grains in Nursery and Grow-Finish Pig Diets

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Swine Nutrition Graduate Student, Zhaohui (Edward) Yang about his research on the use of novel high protein distillers grains, both in nursery pig and grow-finish pig diets. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode7 (recorded August 1, 2018)SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension Swine

-1 s2018 AUG 31
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Episode 7: Use of Novel High Protein Distillers Grains in Nursery and Grow-Finish Pig Diets

Episode 6: Investigating development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition research tool

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Swine Nutrition PhD student, Michaela (Mickie) Trudeau about research she presented at the 2018 Midwest American Society of Animal Science meetings on investigating the development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition tool. Mickie helps listeners understand the connection between the lab work she is doing and how it can be used by pig farmers and others in the pork industry. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode6 (recorded May 21, 2018)Show notesAbstract referred to in the podcast: Trudeau, M., Resende, T. P., Guo, Y., Urriola, P. E., Shurson, G. C., Gebhart, C. J., Saqui-Salces, M. (2018). Development of Swine Enteroids As a Model to Study Lawsonia Intracellularis Infection. Journal of Animal Science, 96(Suppl 2), 213-214. https://doi.org/10.1093/jas/sky073.395SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension Swine

-1 s2018 AUG 8
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Episode 6: Investigating development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition research tool

Episode 5: Integrating Cover Crops with Manure

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Randy Pepin, UMN Extension Educator about research he recently completed regarding integrating cover crops with manure. Links from this episode: Listen to the podcast (recorded April 23, 2018)Visit the Manure and Soil Health blog to read a blog post on the research project discussed in the podcast. The blog post is titled, Effects of liquid manure injection into a winter rye cover crop: on-farm trials. Authors Les Everett, University of Minnesota Water Resources Center and Randy Pepin, University of Minnesota Extension

-1 s2018 MAY 4
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Episode 5: Integrating Cover Crops with Manure

Episode 1: Effects of dietary fiber on swine intestinal epithelial and immune response

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to graduate student Marta Ferrandis Vila about her research on the effects of dietary fiber on swine intestinal epithelial and immune response. Tom Molitor, swine faculty in the College of Veterinary Medicine also joins the conversation. Listen to the Podcast (recorded May 30, 2017)

-1 s2018 MAR 2
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Episode 1: Effects of dietary fiber on swine intestinal epithelial and immune response

Episode 2: Research to improve nutritional value of high fiber ingredients by using fiber degrading enzymes

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Zhikai Zeng, a Post-doctoral Associate, about his research on using fiber-degrading enzymes to improve the nutritional value of high fiber ingredients in swine diets. Listen to the Podcast (recorded July 25, 2017)

-1 s2018 MAR 2
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Episode 2: Research to improve nutritional value of high fiber ingredients by using fiber degrading enzymes

Episode 3 - Effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to graduate student Julia Holen about her undergraduate research on the effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space. Listen to the podcast (recorded December 13, 2017)

-1 s2018 MAR 2
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Episode 3 - Effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space

Latest Episodes

Episode 11: Secure Pork Supply Plan in Minnesota

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Dave Wright, Secure Pork Supply coordinator with Minnesota Board of Animal Health and Diane DeWitte, UMN Swine Extension Educator about how they are encouraging the participation of Minnesota pork producers in the Secure Pork Supply plan. Listen to episode 11 podcast(z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode11) (recorded May 30, 2019). Secure Pork Supply resources mentioned in episode 11 podcast include:Secure Pork Supply website(www.securepork.org)Four videos recorded by Dave Wright and Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator to supplement materials found on the Secure Pork Supply website viewed on the UMN Swine Extension YouTube Channel (z.umn.edu/UMNSwineYouTube). They are also embedded in Step 7 of the Seven steps to participate in Secure Pork Supplyfound on the UMN Swine Extension blog (z.umn.edu/SecurePork7Steps).Secure Pork Supply Intro video (7:13 minutes)SPS – Foot and Mouth Disease video (5:21 minutes)SPS – Classical Swine Fever (5:58 minutes)SPS – African Swine Fever (12:19 minutes)

-1 s2019 JUL 2
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Episode 11: Secure Pork Supply Plan in Minnesota

Episode 10: All About African Swine Fever

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Veterinary Medicine Ph.D. Student, Gustavo Lopez about his first-hand experience with African Swine Fever while working in Russia for 6 years. Listen to the podcast:z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode10 (April 1, 2019)Learn more through resources referenced in the podcast as well as other resourcesNational Pork Board - www.pork.org/fadSecure Pork Supply - www.securepork.org. There you can find information on how to create your farm's specific secure pork supply plan that in the event we experience a Foreign Animal Disease in the U.S and you are a negative site in a control area, having a Secure Pork Supply plan will increase your chance of obtaining a movement permit.United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) - www.aphis.usda.gov and search for African Swine Fever if you don't see a link on the home page.UMN Swine Extension blog -z.umn.edu/SecurePork7Stepswhere you will find the Secure Pork Supply Plan broken down into seven steps. Step seven includes four videos that are intended to supplement materials found on the Secure Pork Supply website. Check out the SPS - African Swine Fever video to learn the signs of African Swine Fever.

-1 s2019 MAY 2
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Episode 10: All About African Swine Fever

Episode 9: Energy Usage in Swine Barns

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Animal ScienceGraduate Student, Kirsten Sharpe about research she conducted to measureelectrical and thermal energy consumption in midwest commercial swine barns. Research highlighted in this podcast was funded through a Legislative-Citizens Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR) grant. Listen to the podcast:z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode9 recorded December 20, 2018SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension SwineLearn More About Research Featured in PodcastPresented at Farm Energy Conference June 14, 2017 (YouTubeand PowerPoint)Energy Systems for Swine Production on West Central Research & Outreach Center's websiteArticle published in National Hog Farmer December 27, 2017Published in Applied Engineering in AgriculturePresented atSwine Energy Management SeminarNovember 15, 2018, in Fairmont, MN.

-1 s2019 JAN 7
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Episode 9: Energy Usage in Swine Barns

Episode 8: Swine manure as a side dressing nutrient source in corn

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Melissa Wilson, University of Minnesota Extension Specialist in manure nutrient management about one of her research projects where she is looking at using swine manure as a side dressing nutrient source in corn. Research highlighted in this podcast was funded by the Minnesota Pork Board and Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode8 (recorded October 19, 2018)SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension SwineLearn MorePork Network featured research in this podcast in an article titled,Hog Manure Might Be Corn's Next Sidedressing Option by Sara Brown.Further connect with the UMN Manure Management team by: Visiting their website at www.extension.umn.edu/manureVisit the Minnesota Crop News blog and look under the "Manure Management" and "Nutrient Management" labels for manure management related posts.Follow them on Twitter @UMNmanureFol...

-1 s2018 NOV 16
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Episode 8: Swine manure as a side dressing nutrient source in corn

Episode 7: Use of Novel High Protein Distillers Grains in Nursery and Grow-Finish Pig Diets

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Swine Nutrition Graduate Student, Zhaohui (Edward) Yang about his research on the use of novel high protein distillers grains, both in nursery pig and grow-finish pig diets. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode7 (recorded August 1, 2018)SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension Swine

-1 s2018 AUG 31
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Episode 7: Use of Novel High Protein Distillers Grains in Nursery and Grow-Finish Pig Diets

Episode 6: Investigating development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition research tool

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Swine Nutrition PhD student, Michaela (Mickie) Trudeau about research she presented at the 2018 Midwest American Society of Animal Science meetings on investigating the development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition tool. Mickie helps listeners understand the connection between the lab work she is doing and how it can be used by pig farmers and others in the pork industry. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode6 (recorded May 21, 2018)Show notesAbstract referred to in the podcast: Trudeau, M., Resende, T. P., Guo, Y., Urriola, P. E., Shurson, G. C., Gebhart, C. J., Saqui-Salces, M. (2018). Development of Swine Enteroids As a Model to Study Lawsonia Intracellularis Infection. Journal of Animal Science, 96(Suppl 2), 213-214. https://doi.org/10.1093/jas/sky073.395SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension Swine

-1 s2018 AUG 8
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Episode 6: Investigating development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition research tool

Episode 5: Integrating Cover Crops with Manure

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Randy Pepin, UMN Extension Educator about research he recently completed regarding integrating cover crops with manure. Links from this episode: Listen to the podcast (recorded April 23, 2018)Visit the Manure and Soil Health blog to read a blog post on the research project discussed in the podcast. The blog post is titled, Effects of liquid manure injection into a winter rye cover crop: on-farm trials. Authors Les Everett, University of Minnesota Water Resources Center and Randy Pepin, University of Minnesota Extension

-1 s2018 MAY 4
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Episode 5: Integrating Cover Crops with Manure

Episode 1: Effects of dietary fiber on swine intestinal epithelial and immune response

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to graduate student Marta Ferrandis Vila about her research on the effects of dietary fiber on swine intestinal epithelial and immune response. Tom Molitor, swine faculty in the College of Veterinary Medicine also joins the conversation. Listen to the Podcast (recorded May 30, 2017)

-1 s2018 MAR 2
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Episode 1: Effects of dietary fiber on swine intestinal epithelial and immune response

Episode 2: Research to improve nutritional value of high fiber ingredients by using fiber degrading enzymes

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to Zhikai Zeng, a Post-doctoral Associate, about his research on using fiber-degrading enzymes to improve the nutritional value of high fiber ingredients in swine diets. Listen to the Podcast (recorded July 25, 2017)

-1 s2018 MAR 2
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Episode 2: Research to improve nutritional value of high fiber ingredients by using fiber degrading enzymes

Episode 3 - Effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space

Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to graduate student Julia Holen about her undergraduate research on the effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space. Listen to the podcast (recorded December 13, 2017)

-1 s2018 MAR 2
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Episode 3 - Effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space
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