National Pork Board: Information on pork production available online and also printed publications.
Pork Industry Handbook: Up-to-date information on pork production available from Purdue University.
Oregon Pork Producers Swine Health - Raising Healthy Pigs Powerpoint presentation by Gene Pirelli.
Care of Newborn Pigs and Post-Farrowing Sows (pdf of PowerPoint) by Charles Estill, DVM, from the OPP Conference, February 2012.
Pork 300: Learning to Produce Consistent, High Quality, Wholesome Pork from Farm to Fork (pdf) by Washington State University Extension, June 21-22, 2013.
Presentations given by Dr. Peter Lammers of Iowa State University at the October 22, 2011, OPP Conference held at OSU:
(a) Feeding Pigs (pdf)
(b) Efficiency of Niche Pork Production: Lessons from Iowa (pdf)
(c) Alternative Swine Housing and Production: Lessons from Iowa and Beyond (pdf)
Swine Production information:
Oregon Pork Producers Vaccination Brochure (pdf)
Caring for New Feeder Pigs (pdf)
PRRS (Viral Infections) Fact Sheet (pdf)
Vaccinations for pigs: should I jump on the Circovirus 2 bandwagon? (pdf)
Swine Reproduction articles:
Management of Replacement Gilts (pdf)
Nutrition for Reproductive Performance (pdf)
Oregon Pork Producers is the state organization for those interested in pork production.If you have questions about swine production in Oregon, e-mail: Gene.Pirelli@oregonstate.edu
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