PEDV

SwineCast 1048, Answering Disease Preparedness Questions

SwineCast 1048 Show Notes:
  • From the 2019 Iowa Pork Congress, panelists Dr. Craig Rowles (Iowa Cage Free), Dr. Neal Benjamin (Carthage Veterinary Service), Dr. Pam Zaabel (Iowa State University), and Dr. Andrew Hennenfent (Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship) address disease preparedness questions from the audience.

SwineCast 1003, ATM - Examines PED Monitoring Programs Via SHIC and SHMP

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SwineCast 1001, PED Conversations From Banff Swine Innovation Pork Session

SwineCast 1001 Show Notes:
  • The Banff Pork Seminar is one of the best conferences out there we just can't get to due to scheduling conflicts.  Farmscape.ca's Bruce Cochrane does a fine job of talking with key presenters there and kindly shares his conversations with the swine world at large.  First up Dr. Egan Brockhoff, a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with Prairie Swine Health, discusses Western PED Outbreak: Manitoba's Case.  Next is Dr. Christine Pelland, a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with Southwest Vet Services talking about the Eastern PED Outbreak: Lessons Learned.
  • Banff Special Report Blogsite

SwineCast 0989, PEDv Telephone Town Hall In Alberta Identifies Transport Issues

SwineCast 0989 Show Notes:
  • Bruce Cochrane at Farmscape.ca shares this audio from a recent telephone town hall organized by Alberta Pork on PEDv issues related to transportation. Dr. Glen Duizer, Manitoba Canada chief veterinarian, provides and update on the discovery of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) in Manitoba and the actions taken. Dr. Duizer also shares what success have occurred on containing PEDv and farms' abilities to ramp up biosecurity protocols with limited staff and farm space.

SwineCast 0954, Feedstuffs As Disease Vector - The Research Continues

SwineCast 0954 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Scott Dee at Pipestone Veterinary Services is tracking feed components as possible disease vectors.  In this conversation with Bruce Cochrane, he shares highlights of his presentation at Banff on the issue.
  • Link to Dr. Dee's presentation at MN Pork Congress

The State Of Pork Today

Swine Industry Expectations, Innovations & TransformationsSwine Industry Expectations, Innovations & Transformations In this panel of swine experts, questions are discussed about handling disease emergencies at a national level, who are the trusted sources of information about the food supply, and the public perceptions of agriculture and how to respond.

Moderator Neil Dierks, CEO National Pork Producers Council, and panelists Dr. Tom Burkgren, Executive Director, American Association of Swine Veterinarians; Jan Hueber, General Manager and Co-Owner, Great Plains Management; and Bob Ruth, President, Country View Family Farms [video].

Using Complexity Theory To Understand Swine Vaccine Responses

 The Importance of Tissue-Level ActivityThe Chaos of Vaccine Responses: The Importance of Tissue-Level Activity Dr. David Hurley, Department of Large Animal Medicine, University of Georgia, dives into the science and physiology of tissue level activity and using Chaos Theory (or Complexity Theory if you prefer) to understand vaccine responses. This presentation shares detailed illustrations that explain tissue level events (their duration and strength plus their diversity).

One key takeaway is vaccines are able to protect target tissues other than the vaccine site because once ordered and produced in effective quantity and for the right challenge, the products will enter all body tissues expressing damage and danger. [video].

Dr. Paul Sundberg - Controlling Emerging Swine Health Challenges


Controlling Emerging Swine Health Challenges - Dr. Paul Sundberg, Swine Health Information Center, from the 2016 Iowa Pork Congress, January 27-28, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Solving Problems Around Current PRRS/PEDv Epidemic Thresholds

PRRS & PEDV Control Proposal: Open ForumPRRS & PEDV Control Proposal: Open Forum Dr. David Wright, Wright Veterinary Services, and Dr. Bill Hartmann, Minnesota Board of Animal Health, share thoughts on a proposal to improve the value of Minnesota PRRS & PED control. Drs. Wright and Hartmann walk though the progress of current MN PRRS elimination projects and outline what is next to resolve problems around current epidemic thresholds of new PRRS incident cases [video].

Dr. David Wright, Dr. Bill Hartmann - PRRS & PEDV Control Proposal: Open Forum


PRRS & PEDV Control Proposal: Open Forum - Dr. David Wright, Wright Veterinary Services; Dr. Bill Hartmann, Minnesota Board of Animal Health, from the 2016 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 18 - 20, 2016, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

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