Episode 15: Effects of reduced nocturnal temperature on pig performance and energy consumption in swine nursery rooms.

Sarah Schieck Boelke, swine Extension educator talks to Lee Johnston, professor of swine nutrition and management and director of operations at the University of Minnesota West Central Research and Outreach Center about research he collaborated on with colleagues at other universities looking at the effects of reduced nocturnal temperature on pig performance and energy consumption in swine nursery rooms. Listen to the podcast:z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode15 (recorded February 25, 2020)Learn More About Research Featured in PodcastPresented at Farm Energy Conference June 17, 2015 (YouTube and PowerPoint)Article published in National Hog Farmer February 20, 2014.Published in Journal of Animal Science, Volume 91, Issue 7, July 2013, Pages 3429-3435.

Sarah Schieck Boelke, swine Extension educator talks to Lee Johnston, professor of swine nutrition and management and director of operations at the University of Minnesota West Central Research and Outreach Center about research he collaborated on with colleagues at other universities looking at the effects of reduced nocturnal temperature on pig performance and energy consumption in swine nursery rooms. Listen to the podcast:z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode15 (recorded February 25, 2020)Learn More About Research Featured in PodcastPresented at Farm Energy Conference June 17, 2015 (YouTube and PowerPoint)Article published in National Hog Farmer February 20, 2014.Published in Journal of Animal Science, Volume 91, Issue 7, July 2013, Pages 3429-3435.

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