While the first phase provided some useful data, Thaler says above-ground burial won't be an easy feat for any commercial operation during an FAD outbreak.
EFSA projects very high chance of ASF spreading among southeastern European countries but very low chance of spreading to other EU member states.
At Penn Vet, researchers harness power of real-time geospatial information systems to safeguard livestock farms from disease spread.
A recent round of testing found nearly 50% of pork products seized from air travelers in Australia tested positive for African swine fever.
Compensation for animals that are depopulated during an outbreak is an important issue.
Rapid risk assessment and rapid risk communication critical for producers, says Dr. Paul Sundberg of Swine Health Information Center.
Speakers at joint U.S Animal Health Assn. and AAVLD annual conference addressed challenges related to control of African swine fever.
The Protecting America’s Food & Agriculture Act of 2019 authorizes the annual hiring of 240 agricultural specialists until the workforce shortage is filled.