The clinical signs in pigs infected with vesicular disease caused by SVA are variable and can range from no outward signs, to nonspecific signs such as decreased appetite or fever, or pigs may develop vesicles, or blisters, on the skin or in the...
Archive Available: Pork Checkoff and National Hog Farmer present this hour-long webinar offering insights into why it’s critical to prevent broken needles from happening on the farm and the potential consequences if we don’t.
PRRS has been a game changer in the swine industry, and filtration of hog barns has made great strides in reduction of the the spread of the air-borne strains of the virus.
It isn’t a question of “if” but “when” the United States will have an FMD outbreak. Now, is the time to be prepared, say pork leaders.
Veterinarian says his practice had dealt with PRRS, but never with this highly pathogenic version.