20 years later…what has changed?
Speaker: Bob Friendship, University of Guelph
Measuring the cost of guessing
Speaker: Tom Stein, MetaFarms
Diagnostics 101 – from farm to lab, what’s new?
Paisley Canning, South West Ontario Veterinary Services; Jim Fairles, University of Guelph
Strategies for post weaning management
Lene Juul Pedersen, Aarhus University; Marsha Chambers, Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd.
Pig signals management 101
Kees Scheepens, Pig Signals
Making a living and having a life
Linda Duxbury, Carleton University
CFM de Lange lecture: Transition feeding and management of sows and gilts
Peter Theil, Aarhus University
Disease risk issues
Scott Dee, Pipestone Veterinary Services and Ryan Brook, University of Saskatchewan
Working through generational differences
Mike Bossy, Bossy Nagy Group; Linda Duxbury, Carleton University
Barn management for success
Producers, academia, industry and government - all sectors of the Ontario Swine Industry are invited to join in the celebration of the 20th London Swine Conference. Tickets will only be sold in advance. The price is $60 per person for a 3 course plated meal, served in the Main Ballroom.
Harmful hitch-hikers - survivability of pathogens in feed
Scott Dee, Pipestone Veterinary Services
The first 48 hrs post wean
Key issues: Start up care post wean, colostrum measurement, etc
Lene Juul Pedersen, Aarhus University
Working on your leadership
Profit Robbers in the grow – finish barn
Tom Stein, MetaFarms
Ryan Martin, RFW Farms Ltd.
Phase feeding in gestation and lactation
Martin Clunies, Grand Valley Fortifiers; Peter Theil, Aarhus University
Building resilience into your barn design
Darryl Terpstra, Producer; Stacey Wilks, FCC; Randy Drysdale, Farm Mutual Reinsurance
Impacts of transport on carcass quality
Luigi Faucitano, AAFC; Lisa Wormsbecher, Conestoga Meats
The past, present and future of technology
Jose María Requejo Puerto, Hypor
The future of retail with online players
David Hughes, Imperial College London