Focusing on topics vital to today’s pork industry.
The eighth annual Iowa Swine Day, scheduled for Thursday, June 27, 2019 on the Iowa State University campus in Ames, has a program packed with highly regarded speakers focusing on important issues facing U.S. pork producers. Conference organizers build upon the success of past programs by continuing to seek industry input from the planning committee. The success of past conferences has shown that the best approach to developing a program for the pork industry is to seek input from producers representing a cross section of the industry. Last year's conference drew over 450 attendees.Tweet #iowaswineday
Four plenary speakers are followed by an afternoon of four concurrent sessions and 16 topics. Attend the topics you want to hear. Customize your own program.
Following the program stick around for a free barbecue organized by TechMix and AB Vista with meat provided by Lynch Livestock. Attendees won’t want to miss this relaxing and tasty end to the day.
Register before midnight June 14, 2019 to receive the early registration discount. Students receive FREE registration prior to June 14. Registrations will be accepted at the conference at the late registration rate.
Iowa Swine Day has been approved for 7.4 scientific and 6.25 management continuing education units by the Iowa Board of Veterinary Medicine.
Attendees are encourage to self-apply when seeking education units from other organizations. Certificates of attendance or other documentation needed available on request.
Iowa Swine Day appreciates the generous support and assistance of these platinum-level sponsors. Visit the Sponsors page for the complete list of 2019 sponsors. Their ongoing support helps provide quality educational programming benefiting the pork industry.
View the full list of 2019 sponsors