Health & disease

SwineCast 0878, PigTrace Canada Finding Use For Social Media

SwineCast 0878 Show Notes:

Animal Disease Traceability in the Pork Industry

An Industry Driven Solution to Implement Animal Disease Traceability in the Pork IndustryAn Industry Driven Solution to Implement ADT Dr. Patrick Webb, Director of Swine Health Programs at National Pork Board, provides insight in to how the Swine ID Plan works with the Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) rule. One of the key drivers is the value of pork exports and the need to have a robust swine ID system so as not to lose on exports. Dr. Webb shares a case study of a swine ID program and what they discovered about processes in place to help make decisions when a foreign animal disease occurs.

Mr. Neil Hammerschmidt, Dr. Jack Shere - USDA Update on Implementation of Animal Disease Traceability


USDA Update on Implementation of Animal Disease Traceability - Mr. Neil Hammerschmidt, Program Manager, Animal Disease Traceability, USDA APHIS VS; Dr. Jack Shere, DVM, PhD, Associate Deputy Administrator, APHIS Veterinary Services, from the 2015 NIAA Annual Conference titled Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture, March 23 - March 26, 2015, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Drs. Zoran, Cochran, and Bissett - Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team - Beyond Academics With Integrated All-Hazards Respone


The Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team - Beyond Academics With Integrated All-Hazards Response - Dr. Deb Zoran, DVM, PhD; Dr. Matt Cochran, DVM, PhD; Dr. Wesley Bissett, DVM, PhD - Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biosciences, from the 2015 NIAA Annual Conference titled Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture, March 23 - March 26, 2015, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Dr. Patrick Webb - An Industry Driven Solution to Implement Animal Disease Traceability in the Pork Industry


An Industry Driven Solution to Implement Animal Disease Traceability in the Pork Industry - Dr. Patrick Webb, DVM, Director of Swine Health Programs at National Pork Board, from the 2015 NIAA Annual Conference titled Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture, March 23 - March 26, 2015, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus – history, impacts, control

Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) – history, impacts, controlHave You Reviewed PEDV With Your Team? Dr. Paul Thomas, AMVC, provides a review of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV), specifically PEDV characteristics, introduction and spread in the US, impacts of PEDV, and controlling PEDV. Dr. Thomas details several of the key actions operations should take to prevent the spread of PEDV, focusing on cleanliness, sanitation, and strong biosecurity protocols. Key take away: transportation cleanliness is one area that is a must for all operations.

PEDv leasons For Future History

PEDv - what we did wrong and what we should do in the futureFuture Proofing Against Animal Diseases? Dr. Joe Connor, Carthage Veterinary Service, digs deep into the issues and challenges of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv). Dr. Connor tries to address the questions of what the swine world did correct, what went wrong, and what should be done in the future. Dr. Connor closes with several cautionary statements that swine people need to know.

SwineCast 0876, ATM - PRRS 1-7-4 Case Study with The Morrison Group

SwineCast 0876 Show Notes:
  • In this At The Meeting Case Series, the Morrison Group along with Dr. Mike Murtaugh (University of Minnesota) discuss the sequence information available on the recent PRRS 1-7-4 strain. The group is also joined by Dr. Sara Hough (Prestage Farms) and Dr. Josh Duff (Maxwell Food) to discuss PRRS 1-7-4 breaks, clinical impact of the virus and control strategies.

Answering Questions About and For Swine Veterinarians

Answering Questions About and For Swine VeterinariansFocusing On People In this panel presentation, Drs. Baysinger, Connor, Kristensen, and Lowe, address audience questions about leadership, education, regulation, and the future of swine production.
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