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Industry News Avirulent Live Culture Single Dose Haemophilus parasuis Vaccine 2012-2013 CALS Outstanding Alumni Honored by NC State E “We immediately saw a significant reduction in morbidity and mortality associated with Hps. We have had no adverse reactions with this product and are very pleased with its performance.” - Dr. Brian Schantz, Laurel, NE ach year, NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Alumni & Friends Society, in association with the College, recognizes distinguished and outstanding alumni for their achievements and support of the College and to NC State University. The 2012-2013 CALS Outstanding Alumni were honored at the College’s annual Alumni Awards reception. Among those named as Outstanding Alumni were Dr. Randy Jones, Dell Murphy and Gerald Barlowe. Randy Jones earned his undergraduate degree in animal science before a doctorate in veterinary medicine in 1985, both at NC State. He established a large animal practice, Livestock Veterinary Services, in 1996. Randy is a member of the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association and American Veterinary Medical Association, and he is a past president of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians. He is married to Beth Jones and they have two children. Randy completed the executive veterinarian certificate program at the University of Illinois in 2008 and is currently participating in the National Pork Producers’ swine veterinarians public policy advocacy program. Dell Murphy grew up in the pork industry and is the founder and president of Murphy Family Ventures, LLC. Murphy Family Ventures is a management company that provides professional services to its clients, particularly focused on swine production and real estate development. Dell is a 1990 graduate from NC State University’s Agricultural Institute with a degree in livestock management. He currently serves on the NC Wildlife Commission, the Wolfpack Club Board, the NC Ag and Life Science Research Foundation Board and the Board of Visitors at NC State University. Dell and his wife, Wendy, have two children. While Gerald Barlowe isn’t a hog farmer and doesn’t work in the pork industry on a day-to-day basis, his nearly 30-year career in agricultural education in Sampson County has produced countless young people who have made their careers in pork production. Gerald earned both a bachelor’s degree and master’s of education in agricultural education from NC State University. A national board certified teacher, Gerald is a past president of the NC Agricultural Teachers Association and a past chairman of the NC FFA Board of Directors. He currently teaches at Union High School in southern Sampson County. Get 1 Dose HPS Protection Today! PARASAIL is Available Through Your Veterinarian. 800-220-2522 8 NC P ork 626876_Newport.indd 1 R eport Dell Murphy with Wendell Murphy. • w w w .n c p 19/02/13 g12:11 PM o r k .o r Gerald Barlowe Dr. Randy Jones accepting addressing the audience. his award.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of NC Pork Report - Spring 2013

Message from the President
Industry News
2013 Livestock Legislative Day on April 30
Introducing the 2013 Board of Directors
Pork Producers and Industry Reps Gather for 2013 Pork Conference
Norman C. Denning Enters NCPC Hall of Fame
Channing Gooden Named Pork All-American
2013 Outstanding Pork Producer is Stephen Williamson
Duplin County’s Bennie Barwick Named Environmental Steward Winner
Bo Stone Wins Faces of Farming & Ranching National Spokesperson Search
Another Successful Bacon Bash!
2nd Annual Flying Pig Challenge Sporting Clays Tournament is April 19
2013 Student Internship Program
2013 North Carolina Pork Council Scholarship

NC Pork Report - Spring 2013