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Iowa Swine Day takes event online for 2020

Webinar sessions will be held on consecutive Thursdays from June 25 to July 23.

Like many things in 2020, the ninth annual Iowa Swine Day moves forward but with a different look and feel. A five-part webinar series of select speakers from the planned 2020 conference program replaces the live conference. Sessions will be held on consecutive Thursdays from June 25 to July 23

What hasn't changed is Iowa Swine Day's focus on important issues facing U.S. pork producers. Conference organizers say they are building 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. 

Vital topics for pork producers 

During each webinar, offered at noon to 2:30 p.m. Thursdays from June 25 to July 23, participants have can ask questions and learn from the two presenters featured each week. Webinars are offered via Webex and can be accessed via any computer or mobile device. 

Registration is required to receive connection information and participate. To register, visit the Iowa Swine Day web page. There is no cost to attend the webinars. Webinars will be recorded and available on the Iowa Pork Industry Center website following the conclusion of the series.

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