Swine Biosecurity Technical Articles

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Article published the August 6, 2021:

Management of people in swine production; what data says

Introduction During the last decades, the use of data by farmers has been limited. Most of the systems used were simple and mainly focused on the management of farm tasks, with limited or no capacity of a...
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Carlos Piñeiro
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Article published the August 4, 2021:

What do we still have to learn about Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infections in pigs?

Introduction Talk about traditional bacteria in pigs, and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyopneumoniae) will be among the first ones to be mentioned. The “tradition” of this microorganism may be...
Author/s :
Maria Pieters
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Article published the August 4, 2021:

Science of biosecurity: understanding the mechanisms of pathogen entry into pig populations, and how to implement effective biosecurity improvement programs

The global swine production industry has experienced a revolution in the last 30 to 40 years. Forty years ago, production was geographically centralized (i.e., all production activities were centrally loca...
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Dr. Derald HoltkampMaria Jose Clavijo
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Article published the August 4, 2021:

Strategies to minimize the risk of pathogen spread via feed

Introduction As African swine fever virus (ASFV) continues to spread across Southeast Asia, classical swine fever virus (CSFV) expands within Japan, and foot and mouth disease virus (FMDV) reports continu...
Author/s :
Cassie JonesJason WoodworthJordan Gebhardt
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Article published the May 4, 2021:

The risk of viral transmission in feed: What do we know, what do we do?

1 | PART 1: WHAT DO WE KNOW? 1.1 | Introduction Effective biosecurity protocols are essential towards protecting the health status of swine farms. In the United States, tremendous resources have bee...
Author/s :
Gordon SpronkMegan NiederwerderPaul SundbergRoger CochraneScott Dee
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Article published the March 2, 2021:

Virulence genes and antimicrobial susceptibility in Salmonella enterica serotypes isolated from swine production in Argentina

Introduction Salmonella is a worldwide-distributed pathogen that affects both humans and animals13. This microorganism is usually associated with intensive animal production, such as swine, since the confineme...
Author/s :
Alberto DupuisPablo ChacanaPatricia Joaquim
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Article published the December 17, 2020:

African Swine Fever in Two Large Commercial Pig Farms in LATVIA—Estimation of the High Risk Period and Virus Spread within the Farm

1. Introduction The first set of cases of African swine fever (ASF) in Latvia were detected in the wild boar population at the eastern border with Belarus in June 2014 [1–3]. The disease continued to spr...
Author/s :
Kristine Lamberga
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Article published the December 1, 2020:

Sows: Plasma enhances health status in all phases of production

It is well known that heat stress or disease stress during gestation and lactation reduces sow herd productivity and profitability. Lactating sows need a high feed intake to maintain their body condition an...
Author/s :
Joe CrenshawLuis F. S. RangelYanbin Shen PhD.
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Article published the November 24, 2020:

Plasma enhances health status in all phases of production

  Plasma is comprised of a complex mixture of functional proteins that have a profound, positive impact on animals. Consumed orally, functional proteins help the immune system to respond more quick...
Author/s :
Joe CrenshawLuis F. S. RangelYanbin Shen PhD.
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Article published the July 10, 2020:

African Swine Fever in a Bulgarian Backyard Farm—A Case Report

1. Introduction African swine fever (ASF), a fatal disease in domestic pigs and wild boar, has become a serious economic threat to the pig farming sector with global ramifications, more than ever underlined b...
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Laura Zani
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