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Swine Conference Poster Sessions

  • Presentation Date: September 20
  • Submissions Acceptance: Begins June 16
  • Submissions Deadline: July 24
  • Notification of Acceptance: August 7
  • Register and Confirm Event Participation: August 14
  • Submit Poster in PDF Form by:  September 4

Poster Session

This year the Poster Session is going virtual! More than ever, the virtual environment will allow unlimited access to the posters and opportunities to interact with presenters throughout the conference. Submit your work to share new research findings in a relaxed atmosphere, easy to navigate display and engage in virtual discussions at predetermined times and throughout the meeting. Join your colleagues for the Opening Reception, breaks and any time in between to discuss your work and have multiple conversations. 

For more information contact vetmedccaps@umn.edu.

2020 Poster Presentations

Title Presenter
Production, reproduction, nutrition and welfare  
Pain indicators comparison in 21 day old piglets via traditional vaccination system versus needle free system (IDAL/MSD)® in a commercial pig farm Roberto Becerra, Animal Welfare Chilean Association
Influence of reproductive status on hematological parameters in multiparous sows of intensive production between two consecutive weaning in Chile Joaquin Alvarez Norambuena, Universidad de Concepcion
A comparison of four diet regimens in late finishing swine designed to slow growth rate Matt Ritter, Cargill, Inc.
Evaluation of supplementing commercial nursery pigs with lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product on performance and immune biomarkers over a twelve-month period Levi Johnson, New Fashion Pork
Strategic use of carbectocin or oxytocin during the farrowing process of sows Fernando Bortolozzo, Setor de Suínos, Favet-UFRGS, Brazil
Measuring the association of disease diagnostic data on wean-to-finish mortality of pigs marketed in a large US swine production system. Edison Magalhaes, Iowa State University
Effects of Improvac® in female pigs intended for market versus intact females: Meta-analysis of most relevant parameters for pig producers Marnie Mellencamp, Zoetis
A comparison of immunizing female pigs intended for market against GnRF versus untreated gilts: meta-analysis of parameters relevant for pork packers Marnie Mellencamp, Zoetis
The influence of body weight at first insemination on retention rate in the modern genotypes gilts Gefferson Silva, Agroceres, PIC
Use of IFTA NBS alone and in combination with Zinc Oxide to replace carbadox in diets for weaned pigs Julia Pie, Biovet S.A.
Spray-dried plasma in transition feed increases subsequent litter size of young sows Joe Crenshaw, APC LLC
Assessment of the optimum nutritional program and housing methods for Improvest-treated male and female pigs Steve Pollmann, DSP Consulting LLC
   
Biosecurity  
Evaluation of viral RNA extraction methods to detect porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome and influenza A viruses from used commercial HVAC air filters from swine farms Jayaveeramuthu Nirmala, University of Minnesota
The use of maximum entropy to predict wild boar population in Mato Grosso, Brazil Daniella Schettino, University of Minnesota
Trends of mycotoxin contamination in US feed ingredients E.G Hendel, Biomin America, Inc.
Inhibition of African swine fever virus in liquid and feed by medium-chain fatty acids and glycerol monolaurate Charles Elrod, Natural Biologics, Inc. & Cornell University
A comparison of active surveillance protocols to support pre-movement guidelines for African swine fever Michelle Farr, Iowa State University
Prevalence of PRRSv, PEDv, PDCoV and TGEv in pig farm manure pits Julian Montoya Lopez, University of Minnesota
Effect of a lipid-based low pKa anti-viral product for mitigating the risk of PEDV, PRRSV and SVA -contaminated feed using an animal challenge model Abdullah Mahfuz, Feed Energy Company
Understanding transport movement patterns within a production system in the Midwest Catalina Picasso Risso, University of Minnesota
   
Ileitis epidemiology, control and diagnosis  
Retrospective study of the serological behavior of Lawsonia intracellularis in sows and gilts in swine intensive production system in Chile Joaquin Alvarez Norambuena, Universidad de Concepcion
A Lawsonia qPCR comparison study between European laboratories Hanny Swam, Center for Diagnostic Solutions, MSD, Boxmeer Netherlands
Vaccination reduces the shedding of Lawsonia intracellularis and alters the small and large intestine microbiome Fernando Leite, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA, Inc.
Investigation of Enterisol Ileitis given intramuscularly and with the presence of feed grade antimicrobials Dana Beckler, Gut Bugs Inc.
Genomic characterization and comparative analysis of Lawsonia intracellularis isolates Talita Resende, University of Minnesota; Instituto de Pesquisas Veterinárias Especializadas, Sanphar/IPEVE, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil
   
Influenza epidemiology and control  
Genetic variability of influenza A virus in piglets at weaning in Midwestern United States swine farms Jayaveeramuthu Nirmala, University of Minnesota
Seroprevalence of influenza A virus in Chilean swine intensive production systems Joaquin Alvarez-Norambuena, Universidad de Concepcion
Histopathological lesions of a novel strain of influenza virus (H1N2) isolate from Chile Joaquin Alvarez-Norambuena, Universidad de Concepcion
Viral dynamic of a novel IAV H1N2 strain in pigs Joaquin Alvarez-Norambuena, Universidad de Concepcion
Evaluation of two vaccination schemes against Swine Influenza Virus in fattening pigs in a commercial farm in Mexico Carlos Martin del Campo, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Mexico
Comparative study to detect influenza A virus by RT-PCR using 5 different types of udder skin wipes and piglet nasal wipes Albert Canturri, University of Minnesota
Comparison of two different vaccination schemes for IAV-S control Norton Centeno, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Mexico
Effects of heterologous prime-boost vaccination against influenza A on antibody response in sows Micah Jansen, Zoetis
Successful control of the IAV-S endemic state using a “Whole-Herd Approach” in a closed herd Eduardo Fano, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
Shedding patterns of influenza A virus in the upper and lower respiratory tract of pigs using a co-infection model Chong Li, University of Minnesota
Use of a disinfectant to reduce the levels of influenza A virus on the udder skin of sows at weaning Anne de Lara, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
Occurrence of influenza A virus subtypes in Brazil Ana Paula Mori, INATA Produtos Biologicos
Efficacy of Ingelvac Provenza® against contemporary H3N2 strains Marika Genzow, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
   
PRRS epidemiology and control  
Comparative efficacy of INGELVAC PRRS® MLV against a heterologous PRRSV 1-7-4 challenge Reid Philips, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc.
Protection against lineage 1 Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus infection of piglets vaccinated with Fostera® PRRS or Prevacent® PRRS Kimberly Vonnahme, Zoetis
Efficacy and safety of a modified live porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus vaccine in breeding pigs (Prevacent™ PRRS) C L Puls, Elanco Animal Health
PRRSV detection over time in different age groups in breeding herds attempting to produce PRRSV-negative piglets at weaning Marcelo Almeida, Iowa State University
PRRSv prevalence in near-to-market-pigs in the United States Julian Montoya Lopez, University of Minnesota
Sampling strategies for PRRSV detection in serum from due-to-wean piglets Marcelo Almeida, Iowa State University
Evaluation of Shedding and Effect on Pig Performance of Prevacent™ PRRS Vaccine Paul Yeske, Swine Vet Center
Population homogeneity, spatial clustering, and the detection of PRRSV viremic piglets in breeding herds Marcelo Almeida, Iowa State University
PRRSv prevalence in near-to-market-pigs in the United States Julian Montoya Lopez, University of Minnesota
PRRS epidemiology and control PRRSGard® marker can inform vaccination protocols in PRRSV positive flows Fabian O. Chamba Pardo, Pharmgate Inc.
PRRSV Open Reading Frame tRee Creation (PORC): A whole genome sequencing analytical pipeline for nucleotide and protein sequences Phillip Blomberg, University of Minnesota
PRRSGard® had limited performance drag and spread in PRRSV naïve pigs Fabian O. Chamba Pardo, Pharmgate Inc
PRRSGard® was efficacious against a virulent PRRSV174 challenge Fabian O. Chamba Pardo, Pharmgate Inc.
PRRSV farrowing room surveillance - what do negative PCRs really mean? Marcelo Almeida, Iowa State University
   
Senecavirus, circovirus, microbiome and lameness  
Histopathologic lesions associated with in situ detection of Porcine Circovirus type 3 (PCV3) Elisa De Conti, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS
Metabolomic profile of piglet serum and processing fluids Albert Canturri, University of Minnesota
Detection and characterization of microbial flora and host metabolites in synovial fluids of pigs with clinical signs of lameness Beatriz Garcia-Morante, University of Minnesota
A comprehensive investigation of pig lameness associated to Mycoplasma hyosynoviae Beatriz Garcia-Morante, University of Minnesota
Maternal programming of the piglet microbiome from birth to weaning Kayla Law, University of Minnesota
Detection of Senecavirus A and IgG antibodies over time after an outbreak in a breeding herd: A Case Report Guilherme Preis, University of Minnesota
Circo/MycoGard® was efficacious in a PCV2-sow-vaccinated farm in Mexico Fabian O. Chamba Pardo, Pharmgate Inc.
Circo/MycoGard® was efficacious in a large-scale PCV2d/PRRSV174 seeder pig challenge Fabian O. Chamba Pardo, Pharmgate Inc.
Circo/MycoGard® was efficacious in a virulent PCV2d/PRRSV174 individual pig challenge Fabian O. Chamba Pardo, Pharmgate Inc.