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Research Update: Streptococcus suis (also in ). S.F. Amass, L.K. Clark, R. Struve, P. San Miguel, C. C. Wu, K. Knox, and M.A. Hill. Departments of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Biology, and Veterinary Pathobiology; and Swine Practitioner, Manning, Iowa.
Biological and Behavioral Indicators of Stress in the Boar (also in ). J.D. Bishop, G.D. Weesner, P.V. Malven, and W.L. Singleton. Department of Animal Sciences and USDA-ARS.
Influence of Weaning, Diet Particle Size, and Dietary Zinc Concentration on Growth and Stomach Morphology of Young Pigs (also in ). B. V. Lawrence, D. B. Anderson, T. R. Cline, O. Adeola, and L. K. Clark. Departments of Animal Sciences and Veterinary Clinical Sciences; and Elanco Animal Health.
Effects of Environment, Genotype, Sex, and Antibiotic Treatment on Pig Growth, Carcass Characteristics, and Pork Quality (also in ). J. W. Frank, B. T. Richert, A. P. Schinckel, B. A. Belstra, M. Ellis, and A. L. Grant. Department of Animal Sciences, Purdue University and University of Illinois.
Opportunities in Coordinated Hog Production (also in ). J. Ray, M. Boehlje, and C. Hurt. Department of Agricultural Economics.
Protection Distances for Sufficient Dispersion and Dilution of Odor from Swine Buildings (also in ). A. Heber. Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
Beyond Today's Technology: Keys to Global Competitiveness (also in ). D. DiPietre. University of Missouri-Columbia.
Critical Control Points: Managing Assets, Expenses and Leverage (also in ). D. DiPietre, L. Fuchs, and R. Tubbs. University of Missouri-Columbia; Senior Lending Officer, AgriBank, St. Paul, MN; and Green River Swine Consultation, Bowling Green, KY.
The Effect of Lactation Dietary Protein on the Reproductive Performance of Early and Conventionally Weaned Primiparous Sows (also in ). B.A. Belstra, B.T. Richert, M.A. Diekman, W.L. Singleton, and G.D. Weesner. Department of Animal Sciences and USDA-ARS.
Effect of Pen Density on Nursery Pig Performance (also in ). A.P. Schinckel, T. Wang, W.T. Muir, and B.T. Richert. Department of Animal Sciences, and Newsham Hybrids, Colorado Springs, CO.
Productivity and Salmonella Incidence of Swine Reared in Differing Management Systems (also in ). J.N. Nielsen, J.A. Patterson, P. Boccazzi, J. Frank, A. Sutton, A. Schinckel, and B. Richert. Department of Animal Sciences.
Health and Lean Growth Performance of Barrows Reared in All-In, All-Out or Continuous Flow Facilities With or Without Antibiotic (also in ). A. D. Ice, A. L. Grant, L. K. Clark, T. R. Cline, M. E. Einstein, and M. A. Diekman. Departments of Animal Sciences and Veterinary Clinical Sciences.
The Effect of Genotype on Fat Deposition and Carcass Quality (also in ). J.M. Eggert, E.J. Farrand, S.E. Mills, and A.P. Schinckel. Department of Animal Sciences.
The Effects of Dietary Fat and Lysine on Pig Growth, Pork Quality and Carcass Composition (also in ). J.M. Eggert, E.J. Farrand, A.P. Schinckel, and S.E. Mills. Department of Animal Sciences.
Development of a Curvilinear Economic Function for Carcass Leanness (also in ). A.P. Schinckel and M.E. Einstein. Department of Animal Sciences.
Influence of Systematic Biases Associated with Genotype and Sex on Prediction of Lean Mass and Carcass Value in U.S. Pigs (also in ). C. Hicks, A.P. Schinckel, J.C. Forrest, and J.T. Akridge. Departments of Animal Sciences and Agricultural Economics.
Field Performance of a Pit Additive Tested in Commercial Grow-Finish Houses (also in ). A.J. Heber, R.K. Duggirala, J. Ni, M.L. Spence, B.L. Haymore, V.I. Adamchuk, D.S. Bundy, A.L. Sutton, and K.M. Keener. Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering; Monsanto Enviro-Chem Systems, St. Louis, MO; Microbe Inotech Laboratories, St. Louis, MO; Department of Animal Sciences; and Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Iowa State University.
Changes Coming Soon to Indiana's Confined Feeding Regulations (also in ). Brian Daggy. Agricultural Liaison, Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
Research in Progress (also in ).