May 01, 2020
The rapid and ruinous spread of COVID-19 is a direct account of what ASF might look like spreading through our swine herds.
Pipestone veterinarian says biosecurity remains No. 1 tool producers have in fight against ASF.
Plum Island Animal Disease Center assessed how well portable genetic test detects ASF virus in samples from infected pigs and raw pork products.
Telecommuting not an option for U.S. pig farmers during coronavirus lockdown; producers taking all necessary precautions to protect their health and others.
Carthage veterinarian warns ASF is getting closer, U.S. pork producers should not get complacent.
Industry, government taking action based on science-based contaminated feed research.
Agency representatives speaking at two swine industry events leave pork industry confused and concerned.
Size and complexity of modern pork production requires collaboration between industry and government for FAD preparedness and response.
Though plan is in place, main commitment is to keep the United States ASF-free.