Article published the July 8, 2020
A newly published open access review article  discusses the epidemiological conclusions made about how porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) may have been introduced to the first confirmed PEDV case farm in Ontario, Canada on January 22, 2014. The authors noted that an epidemiological investigation  had concluded that “The weight of evidence gathered during an outbreak of porcine epid ...
Video published on July 7, 2020
A retrospective look at risk factors associated with the 2014 Canadian PEDV outbreak with Dr. Louis Russell, President & CEO APC, Inc.
News published on April 3, 2020
The current spread of COVID-19 is having an impact on nearly all facets of our daily lives. We expect this impact to continue for the foreseeable future. We want to assure you, as our partner, that APC operations continue during this difficult time. We are working hard to ensure customers have access to an uninterrupted supply of product. We are also taking measures to safeguard our operations and ...
Article published the March 29, 2017
Spray dried porcine plasma (SDPP) is a dehydrated product obtained from blood of healthy pigs collected at slaughterhouses. Spray dried porcine plasma is a protein source used in pig feed that has many functional components that significantly improves pig performance [1,2]. At a manufacturing plant, plasma is separated from red blood cells by centrifugation, concentrated and ...
Video published on September 12, 2014
Louis Russell, Ph.D., President & Chief Executive Officer at APC, gives his opinion about the discussion in the swine industry whether the spray-dried porcine plasma could be a vector responsible for spreading the PED virus. Also he mentions the benefits of using spray-dried plasma in animal nutrition.
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