Swine Program

  • Quick guide to Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae diagnostics

    Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae diagnostics can be confusing. Dr. Maria Pieters from the MycoLab designed a quick guide to help you navigate them.

  • New faculty position in Swine Health, Production and Economics!

    The UMN has a new position open in swine health, production and economics. You can read more about the position here or apply here. We are excited to meet with you!

  • Launching of the Morrison Swine Innovator Prize

    A new initiative to continue Dr. Morrison's legacy for DVM students was launched mid-September, the Morrison Swine Innovator Prize. The objective is to inspire and support next generation of Swine Veterinary Leaders. Learn more

  • Infectious Disease Research Laboratories, Food Centric Corridor

    The Food Centric Corridor brings interdisciplinary teams together equipped with integrated modern analytical capabilities related to infectious diseases, animal health and nutrition to address challenges of food security thus supporting the University’s mission to produce a safe, secure and sustainable food supply.

Engaged in research, teaching, service, and outreach, the Swine Group is focused on swine health and production, disease control and eradication, and animal welfare to improve swine health.