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AgNIC Swine Resources   Tags: agnic, hogs, pigs, pork, swine  

Iowa State University's contribution to the Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC) project coordinated by the National Agricultural Library, USDA.
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Agriculture Network Information Center

AgNIC is the Agriculture Network Information Center – a voluntary alliance and partnership of 60+ institutions and organizations working to offer quick and reliable access to quality agricultural information and sources.

 

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We are very much interested in ways to make the AgNIC Swine Page more useful to you. If you are aware of exceptional swine and related sites not listed here, or would like to see additional categories of resources included, please let us know!

 

DISCLAIMER

This page is a service of the ISU Library.  We are not Veterinarians.  Please do not ask us for medical advice or advice on improving your swine operation.  These sorts of questions need to be answered by your local veterinarian or county extension office.

 

About the AgNIC Swine Page

The AgNIC Swine Page is Iowa State University's contribution to the Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC) project coordinated by the National Agricultural Library, USDA.

Our goal is to provide links to notable World Wide Web resources that deal with the production, marketing, and research aspects of swine and pork.  Use the tabs above to navigate through links to general swine information sites and more specialized resources.

If you are outside Iowa, your own state's Extension Services and Department of Agriculture may be the best sources for answering questions pertaining to your geographical area. Individuals outside the U.S. will want to consider agricultural research organizations and universities in their own countries.

If you cannot find what you are looking for at this site or elsewhere, you are welcome to

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