Missouri Pork Association to Host Annual Swine Health Symposium

Learn about upcoming health topics in the swine industry.

 

Columbia, Mo.,—The Missouri Pork Association, in conjunction with the University of Missouri Extension, will host the 11th annual Swine Health Symposium on July 31, 2024 at Bradford Research Farm in Columbia. The program will be held from 8:45 am to 3:50 pm, and include many educational speakers, a pulled pork lunch, and a trade show from our sponsors. Attendance is free to the first 200 applicants.

 

Topics to be covered include: Planning for a New Strain of Influenza, Rapid Access to On-Farm Biosecurity and Between-Farm Animal Movements, Disease Monitoring, Gene Editing, Swine Nutrition and Health, Financial and Economic Health, a veterinary panel, and updates on the swine industry.

 

CEU credits have been requested through the Missouri Veterinary Medical Board. Please visit https://www.mopork.com/education/missouri-swine-health-symposium/ to view the full agenda and register for the event. Registration is required to attend. Bradford Research Farm is located at 4968 S. Rangeline Road in Columbia.

 

Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, there is no cost to attend the Symposium. Presenting sponsors include the Missouri Soybean Association, FCS Financial, the Missouri Corn Growers Association, Pork Checkoff, and Eichelberger Farms. Gold sponsors include Endovac Animal Health, JBS, and the Missouri Feral Hog Elimination Partnership. General sponsors include Carthage Veterinary Service, Professional Swine Management LLC, and Novus.

 

This event is co-hosted by the University of Missouri Extension Commercial Agriculture Program, National Pork Producers Council, National Pork Board, and the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association.

 

The Missouri Pork Association represents the state’s pork producers in the areas of promotion, research, education, and public policy. For more information about this or any other programs of the Missouri Pork Association, visit www.mopork.com, or call (573) 445-8375.

 

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