H1N1

Dr. Jennifer Koeman - Influenza Surveillance Program: Animal and Public Health Partnership


Influenza Surveillance Program: Animal and Public Health Partnership - Dr. Jennifer Koeman, Director of Producer & Public Health, National Pork Board, from the 2012 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, March 26 - 29, Denver, CO, USA.

SwineCast 0553, International Trade Hotspots - Where The World's Export Attention Is Focused

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  • NPPC Past-president Don Butler and National Pork Producers Council Vice President and Counsel, International Affairs, Nick Giordano tag team an update on the front and center international trade issues as the U.S. rebounds from H1N1 market response.

SwineCast 0529, What are Some Control Options for H1N1?

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  • Dr. Sarah Probst-Miller returns with her Carthage Swine Vet Service colleagues for this most recent P's In A Pod program looking at H1N1, it's impact on the industry last year and control considerations and options.

SwineCast 0488, What's Zoonosis and Why Is It In The News?

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  • Canadian correspondent Bruce Cochrane shares this primer on the issue of zoonosis and a look at H1N1 pathogenicity as he talks with Dr Peter Provis of Swine Health Professionals.

Dr. Kristien Van Reeth - Swine Influenza - Recent Developments


Swine Influenza - Recent Developments - Dr. Kristien Van Reeth, Ghent University, Belgium, at the 2009 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, University of Minnesota Veterinary Continuing Education, September 19-22, 2009, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA.

Dr. Jim Lowe - H1N1 as a media disaster for swine industry

H1N1 WikiCommons This is a special transcript of the audio SwineCast episode featuring content from the recent Carthage Vet Service annual Swine Seminar, September 1, 2009, Malcomb, Illinois, USA. Our coverage made possible by Suvaxyn from Fort Dodge.

Today's program features Dr. Jim Lowe with comments from his presentation on the novel H1N1 Swine Influenza virus, an update on where we are, and what steps you should be taking for the fall. Dr. Jim Lowe:

SwineCast 0459, Not Just What It Is But What To Do About H1N1 This Fall

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  • Carthage Vet Service partner Dr Jim Lowe looks at the reality of H1N1, why it's still making news, and what to consider for your operation's best practices this fall. From the 2009 Carthage Vet Service Annual Swine Conference in Macomb, IL, USA.

SwineCast 0445, New Website Provides Information on SIV (The Real One)

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  • New FluSure XP herd health website from Pfizer Animal Health comes online with information for producers and vets. Conversation with Dr. Michael Kuhn provides details on about swine influenza virus and what information is available.

SwineCast 0430, WPE - Why WHO Is Concerned About H1N1 and You Should Be, Too

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Dr Greg StephensonI have been among the group which is curious why the World Health Organization has shown such alarm about the current H1N1 strain. Dr. Greg Stephenson, Iowa State Veterinary Diagnostics Lab, raises the million dollar question regarding restricted movements and quarantines, with respect to H1N1.

SwineCast 0425, WPE - Economics Update From World Pork Expo

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  • National Pork Producers Council Don Butler and Neal Dirk present a rollercoaster perspective of the industry’s economic outlook in light of recent events.

    While some foreign markets have been reopened, hog price increases have offset expenditures, the media’s exacerbation of H1N1 is slowly moving behind us, and the economic outlook won’t be as optimistic as desired.
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