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Improving Pig Survivability project

The Improving Pig Survivability team is seeking feedback from industry personnel to help complete a survey centered around survivability. This short survey is a part of The Improving Pig Survivability project put on in collaboration with Iowa State, Kansas State and Purdue Universities and is designed to generate information about the motivations and barriers to prioritizing improving pig survivability and reducing pig mortality on farms within the United States. This survey is directed towards anyone who works directly with pigs. This may include pig caretakers, contract growers, barn/farm managers, production managers, veterinarians and upper management positions. The results of the survey will help understand what pig farmers perceive as the most important causes of mortality and the barriers to implementing strategies that result in improved pig survivability. You can find more information about the project at Participants will be kept confidential at all times. Please consider participating in the survey. If you and/or your operation are interested in participating in the survey, please feel free to pass the link on to employees within your group for their feedback as well. The deadline to complete the survey is August 30, 2021.

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