The Manager of the Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network says biosecurity remains number one defense in controlling the spread of PED, Influenza and other diseases.
Manitoba Pork reports the effort to rid the province of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea continues to make progress.
In light of PED in Manitoba and African Swine Fever in China, the Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network is encouraging swine producers to review their biosecurity protocols.
The Manager of Swine Health Programs with Manitoba Pork says among the key lesson learned from Manitoba’s 2017 PED outbreak was the importance of full time biosecurity and continuously assessing risks.
The Manager of Swine Health Programs with Manitoba Pork says lessons learned from the PED outbreak last year have been a significant factor in helping contain an outbreak that broke this spring.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork suggests a U.S. system for tracing swine movements, modeled after the one being used in Canada, would help protect swine heath in both countries.
The Manager, Swine Health Programs with Manitoba Pork says lesson learned from the 2017 outbreak of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea that impacted southeastern Manitoba are helping keep a new outbreak under control.
The need for stepped up biosecurity in the event of an animal disease outbreak was among the lessons learned from Manitoba’s 2017 PEDv outbreak.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork says containing an outbreak of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea that struck the southeastern part of the province one year ago is an example of all stakeholders coming together in a concerted effort for the successful handling of a bad situation.