Swine Biosecurity News
News published on March 30, 2021:
During 2019, outbreaks of S. zoo septicemia were reported in Ohio and Tennessee with mortality up to 50%. Then, in January 2021, a sow herd in Indiana experienced abnormally high mortalities related to S. zoo. ...
News published on November 18, 2020:
In a recent panel with Farm Journal, three experts shared their insights on African Swine Fever and the lessons learned from the effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Gordon Spronk (President of Pipestone ...
News published on July 6, 2020:
Why was a review of the 2014 Canadian PEDV outbreaks conducted?
At the time of the 2014 Canadian PED outbreak, an extensive epidemiological investigation was initiated. The results of the investigation were pu...
News published on March 26, 2020:
Coronavirus Disease 2019, also known as COVID-19, caused by the virus Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is a “person-to-person” disease. Efforts must be directed...
Swine Disease Eradication Center, University of Minnesota
News published on May 9, 2019:
In an effort to assist Eastern European customers in overcoming the current challenges faced by the local swine industry, USSEC invited world-renowned experts Dr. José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaí...
News published on July 2, 2018:
Stalosan, the best known Vilofoss brand internationally, continues making headway and is now marketed through distributors in more than 50 countries all over the world.
For this reason, we have invested in an ...
News published on July 13, 2016:
Pig farm, as a part of the Research and Education Center Patent IEC in Crvenka, started operating on June 6th 2016.
200 large white gilts, and 6 boars have arrived on the farm from Denmark. The genetics is Dan...
News published on December 29, 2008:
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This famous quote by Ben Franklin is the essence of Biosecurity. There are many very visual practices we undertake and are familiar with in the name of biosecuri...
Prairie Swine Centre Inc.
News published on August 29, 2006:
Despite the deaths of three pigs in Saskatchewan from anthrax, the risk of swine becoming infected by this particular disease, especially those housed in modern confinement facilities, remains extremely low.
News published on July 27, 2006:
The Chairman of the New Zealand Pork Industry Board has challenged the government to improve both border controls and down-stream biosecurity systems which he says are inadequate and pose serious threats to the...
New Zealand Pork Industry Board