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Addressing Concerns On PEDV

Understanding PEDv: Diagnostics, Impacts & Biosecurity Q&APEDV Q&A Dr. Rodger Main, Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, Iowa State University, and Dr. Butch Baker, Iowa Pork Industry Center, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, address questions from the audience on the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) outbreak in the USA. Some of the questions revolve about approaches to PEDV reporting and how to interpret PEDV symptoms as it relates to immunity or infections.

PEDV Forcing Preparation

PEDVs Emergence in the US: Status Report, Diagnostics, & ObservationsLearning From PEDV Dr. Rodger Main, Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, Iowa State University, provides a status report, diagnosis, and observation on the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) in the USA. Dr. Main highlights the data on farms impacted and cases reviewed. Dr. Main also outlines several of the lessons learned along the way and how to apply them to a broader state of preparedness.

Understanding PEDv

Understanding PEDv: Diagnostics, Impacts & BiosecurityDiagnostics, Impacts & Biosecurity Dr. Butch Baker, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, provides details on porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) in Iowa and how biosecurity plays a part in reducing impacts. Dr. Baker also covers strategies operations are using to reduce and eliminate PEDV in herds. Dr. Baker closes with what is happening in the future of management and production with PEDV and other swine diseases.

Example of PRRS Control at The Maschhoffs

PRRS Control Procedures WorkControl Procedures Work Dr. Clayton Johnson, The Maschhoffs, shares how they have applied porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) control protocols. Dr. Johnson highlights the measurements and processes used on a regular basis to help sustain the health of their herds.

Procedures Are Key to PRRS Management

Development of a PRRS Outbreak Investigations ProgramBuilding Your Biosecurity Dr. Derald Holtkamp, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, looks at the development of the porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) outbreak investigations. One of the key messages is that biosecurity is a must maintain program in operations. He talks about tactics how to implement and sustain biosecurity.
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