Health & disease

What Should You Know About Foreign Animal Disease Prep?

 What Should You Know?Foreign Animal Disease Prep: What Should You Know? Dr. Judith LaBounty, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, and Dr. Jim Roth, Iowa State University, review foreign animal diseases as it effects the business of pork, most notably Foot and Mouth Disease. Dr. Roth reviews the Secure Pork Supply plan and how it works, using several scenario examples to help understand what farm operations would do. Dr. LaBounty outlines the plans and steps the State of Iowa has in place to be ready to a foreign animal disease. [video].

Dr. Judith LaBounty; Dr. Jim Roth - Foreign Animal Disease Prep: What Should You Know?


Foreign Animal Disease Prep: What Should You Know? - Dr. Judith LaBounty, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship; Dr. Jim Roth, Iowa State University, from the 2018 Iowa Pork Congress, January 24 - 25, 2018, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Dr. Eric Berg - USDA Dietary Guidelines: Why aren't they telling us to eat like pigs?


USDA Dietary Guidelines: Why aren't they telling us to eat like pigs? - Dr. Eric Berg, North Dakota State University, from the 2018 Iowa Pork Congress, January 24 - 25, 2018, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Panel - Discussion with Speakers - moderated by Dr. Bob Rowland, Kansas State University


Discussion with Speakers - moderated by Dr. Bob Rowland, Kansas State University - Discussion moderated by Dr. Bob Rowland, Kansas State University, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Jeff Zimmerman - Things your epidemiologist never told your about surveillance


Things your epidemiologist never told your about surveillance - Dr. Jeff Zimmerman, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Iowa State University, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Andrea Wilson - New PRRS disease phenotypes as vaccine and genetic improvement targets


New PRRS disease phenotypes as vaccine and genetic improvement targets - Dr. Andrea Wilson, Roslin Institute, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Setting priorities for disease threats and strategies


Setting priorities for disease threats and strategies - Dr. Paul Sundberg, Swine Health Information Center, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Bob Rowland - PRRS overview and description of disease phenotypes and models for genetic research


PRRS overview and description of disease phenotypes and models for genetic research - Dr. Bob Rowland, Kansas State University, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Graham Plastow - Resilience and PRRS in a natural disease challenge model


Resilience and PRRS in a natural disease challenge model - Dr. Graham Plastow, University of Alberta, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Dr. Joan Lunney - Probing mechanisms of PRRS resistance


Probing mechanisms of PRRS resistance - Dr. Joan Lunney, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, USDA Agricultural Research Service, from the 2017 North American PRRS/National Swine Improvement Federation Joint Meeting, December 1‐3, 2017, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

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