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Pig News
African swine fever vaccine closer to reality
Hog Outlook: Help is on the horizon for U.S. producers as a Vietnamese company takes a vaccine to commercial production.
Kevin Schulz | May 09, 2022
Dirty shutters, cracks and defects in the fan housing and cone can negatively impact the ability of the fans to move high volumes of air.
May 16, 2022

With the return of warm weather, proper temperature control and ventilation are essential in swine barns to help protect animals from heat stress that can compromise their health and performance.
SHOWS IN 2022
We will be attending
2022 World Pork Expo June 8-10th
Iowa State Fairgrounds,
Des Moines, IA
We will not have a booth but we will be there.

WE WILL BE HERE!!
(Stop by and say hi)


Tuesday - Thursday, August 16th - 18th, 2022.
DAKOTAFEST Booth 3100
Schlaffman Farm, 2300 E Spruce St, Mitchell SD
OUR
HOG
TEAM
Andy Happe
612-325-6289
Nic Sunstrom
320-212-0189
Vonn Zylstra
320-222-9509
Mark Kells
320-444-6084
Nick Kassel
320-295-0589
Let them know what you would like assistance with
Warmer weather is coming!
Are your fans working, are there any parts you need to get them running?
Time to start thinking about Cool Cells?
Minimizing the
impact of heat stress

Optimizing air speed is a vital part of keeping pig comfortable.
By Matt Romoser, Josh Selsby and Brett Ramirez Iowa Pork Industry Center, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University | May 31, 2022
Opportunities in
North Dakota
Looking for fantastic expansion opportunities, look into the grant and low interest loan programs available.

For more information contact Amber Boeshans.

Injecting iron a second time before weaning
Effects on pre- and post-weaning growth performance, hematocrit level
OUR ANIMAL HEALTH TEAM
At the Front Counter
Rick Eckblad
320-222-9514
Loren Newberg
320-222-9505
Rhonda Gilberts
320-235-8865
Dale Berkner
320-905-7753
Daniel Stadem
320-905-8295


Our Sales Team



Feed Ingredient/
Large Orders
Randy Young
320-222-9523
Kelly Peterson
320-222-9501
It won’t be very long until we will be seeing house flies again.

Consider these fly facts:
  • There are 120,000 species of flies worldwide.
  • There are flies in every part of the world except Antarctica.
  • Adult house flies live 15 to 25 days.
  • It has been stated that a pair of flies beginning operations in April may be progenitors, if all were to live, of 191,010,000,000,000,000,000, flies by August.
  • House flies have mouth parts which allow them to ingest only liquid materials. Solid materials are liquified by means of regurgitated saliva.
 
Flies are equipped with special sensory cells on their antennae and feet which enable them to locate suitable food and egg laying sites. These sensory cells aid in detecting compounds such as ammonia, carbon dioxide and other strong compounds that are emitted from decomposing organic materials, such as carrion and feces. The free interchange flies have with such sites ensures the flies are laden with bacteria on their mouthparts, body hairs and the sticky pads of their feet, as well as in their stomachs (where the bacteria rapidly multiply), feces and vomitus. Contact with any foodstuffs, or feeding, which often involves vomiting and defecating, will contaminate food, preparation surfaces and utensils with potentially disease causing organisms. 

Not a pretty picture, is it?
 
You better get your QuickBayt before things get really ugly.

Let PALS help you with all your insecticide and rodenticide needs...
Father's Day is Sunday, June 19th....

Wishing all you Dads a very Happy Father's Day!

From all of us at PALS
Kelly Peterson
Office Manager
PALS, Inc.
3735 1st Ave W
Willmar MN 56201
320-222-9501
kelly.peterson@palsusa.com
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