The Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) plan covers transportation biosecurity, pathogen transport in feed, disease communication, and the ability to respond to emerging diseases.
This factsheet provides an overview of African swine fever including its etiology, transmission, diagnosis, and control.
This booklet offers an overview of the signs and symptoms of African swine fever for swine producers.
This guide offers an overview of biosecurity and management best practices for swine producers.
This webinar discusses the strains of influenza currently circulating in the US, an overview of influenza, and learning about current vaccine strains available to help manage herds.
Producers can work with veterinarians to prevent or manage outbreaks by monitoring influenza-surveillance data, vaccinating pigs, and stepping up and enforcing biosecurity protocols.
US team reveal research about the potential for feed and feed ingredients to harbor and transmit viral pathogens.
Wean-to-finish production systems emerged in the pork production industry in the late ’90s moving newly weaned pigs into biosecure wean-to-finish facilities forming static groups.
Practices used to combat Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) can be applicable to Seneca Valley virus, Foot and mouth disease, or a number of other infections.
Researchers are helping define where and what types of porcine reproductive and espiratory syndrome (PRRS) are present in various regions.