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Improving feed hygiene (and other ways to get ahead of pathogen challenges).

Dairy
Posted October 04, 2022 by Dr. Ben Saylor, Dairy Technical Services Manager, Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production

3 things to know about Salmonella

Three things to know about Salmonella in breaded and stuffed raw chicken.

Swine
Posted November 07, 2022 by Dr. Steve Larsen, Senior Technical Services Manager

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Combating enterotoxigenic E. coli in swine.

Swine
Posted January 21, 2022 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Swine Technical Services Manager

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Sow development starts early.

Swine
Posted July 16, 2021 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager

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Achieving whole herd productivity at swine operations.

Swine
Posted March 30, 2021 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager

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Piglet performance starts with the sow.

Swine
Posted August 06, 2020 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager

Swine Nose

Fighting invisible invaders in feed.

Swine
Posted June 24, 2020 by Sangita Jalukar, Ph.D., Technical Service Manager

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Controlling manure odors with microbial feed additives.

Swine
Posted January 21, 2020 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager

Reducing the odors from manure pits on hog farms has become a greater necessity as nuisance lawsuits set dangerous precedents for agriculture. Here’s what you need to know to start your manure management plan.

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Industry responding to “Perfect Storm” of African Swine Fever.

Swine
Posted October 16, 2019 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Swine Field Technical Service Manager

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Improving piglet health in a ZnO-free world.

Swine
Posted August 30, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

With the rapid reduction of zinc oxide (ZnO) and impeding ban on its use altogether within the European Union, swine producers are looking for alternate ways to minimize health issues in piglets. 

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Instead of zinc oxide for pig health, there’s…what exactly?

Swine
Posted June 11, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

Zinc oxide has been used for almost 30 years in swine production to help prevent scours and maintain pig health. But now, regulations across the EU and Asia are significantly reducing its use because of its unintended environmental consequences.

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