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Pork Industry Calendar of Events
JUNE 22-24 – Alltech ONE Ideas Conference (Virtual Event)
AUG tbc – Kingaroy Baconfest
SEP 7-10 – International Animal ProductionShow www.feriazaragoza. com/ gan-2021
NOV 15-18 – Australasian Pig Science Association (APSA) Conference
NOV 21-23 – AVAMS21, Gold Coast
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Annie Shea, Judy and Chas Hocking, Ela and Jeffrie Handugan. Dr Chris Richards and Dr Hugo Dunlop.
Australian pork a winner at the Apiam Race Day
Aeger and Cheryl Kingma.
Sandra Bendle and Aileen Vanderfeen.
Dr Tom Harrison.
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the viricidal activity of a rubber surface that had been applied seven days previously with this novel disinfectant.
pects producers should be examining to ensure their nutrition program is being optimised and where sig- nificant savings may be made.
The results showed that the Zoono Microbe Shield product was still able to re- duce the levels of porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus by 99.9 percent after seven days post application.
The seminar session concluded with a special presentation to Dr Hugo Dunlop, in recognition of his 20 years of service to Apiam Animal Health.
Other topics on new health technologies were presented by members of the Apiam vet team, as well the launch of Data Pig – a novel electronic recording system to en- hance veterinary program outcomes and antimicro- bial stewardship.
Dr Dunlop acknowl- edged the enjoyment he continues to receive from his role in the industry and the significance of being able to celebrate the milestone with several Victorian clients he pro- vides services for.
Christine Sydenham, who joined Apiam re- cently as a nutritionist, outlined the benefits of having farm visits at- tended by both the vet and nutritionist, where a reg- ular review of the various aspects of nutrition that have an influence on the health of the animal can be examined.
The afternoon saw guests enjoy an eventful day of racing, with each race on the card repre- senting many of our great Australian pork brands and industry stakeholders, including the ‘Get Some Pork on Your Fork’ race, which was broadcast across both racing and commercial digital media.
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Christine also provided an overview of the key as-
The day was enjoyed by all and everyone came out a winner, including the bookie.
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Dr Hugo Dunlop.
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