Swine, food preservation on the July 25 Today's Ag Swine welfare, food preservation, and weather are topics
July 25 on Today's Ag.
Today's Ag managing editor and host Carrie Law said the show will feature an interview with South Dakota State University Swine Specialist Bob Thaler about the Pork Checkoff's Swine Welfare Assurance Program. The program is an objective, science-based program that gives America's pork producers a proactive means to assess swine welfare on their farms.
SDSU Extension Food Safety Specialist Joan Hegerfeld gives advice on home food preservation.
SDSU Extension State Climatologist Dennis Todey gives a weather outlook for the region.
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Today's Ag is a weekly half-hour news show about agriculture and rural life. The show features unbiased, science-based information from land grant universities in the Midwest, and is produced by South Dakota State University.
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