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APHIS marks ASF preparedness, prevention accomplishments
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is celebrating the agency’s many successful efforts to prevent African swine fever from reaching the United States and prepare for a possible introduction of the disease.
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Europe’s poultry owners warned of HPAI risk
Northern Ireland reports that the risk of HPAI outbreaks in poultry for the coming winter is "moderate."
USDA hosts third African Swine Fever Action Week
US swine producers, small farms and pig owners encouraged to learn more about ASF and what they can do to help protect the US swine herd.
The do’s and don’ts of better poultry disease outcomes
Prepare to prevent and mitigate any potential animal health risks.
Avian influenza returns to Canadian poultry
Alberta avian flu case is Canada’s first in commercial poultry since May 6.
3 Asian states report return of African swine fever
In Asia, Bhutan, Mongolia and Myanmar have recorded new cases of African swine fever in domestic pigs, and the disease has also returned to one region of Russia’s Far Eastern district.
ASF vaccines approved in Vietnam but challenges remain [PODCAST]
Megan Niederwerder, associate director at the Swine Health Information Center, talks about developments in the production and distribution of two African swine fever vaccines in Vietnam.
US border agents seize pork products from travelers
2 travelers arriving at Washington Dulles Airport from Vietnam on separate days were carrying prohibited pork.
Latest European research offers hope for better ASF control
Total outbreaks European domestic and backyard pigs have already passed 2,000 so far this year, while more than 5,900 cases have been reported in wild boars.
Philippines prepares for delivery of ASF vaccine
While the Philippines looks set to become one of the first recipients of vaccine against African swine fever (ASF) developed in Vietnam, there are concerns the country is not yet fully prepared to distribute the product.
Canada invests in African swine fever preparedness program
The African Swine Fever Industry Preparedness Program (ASFIPP) aims to help Canada’s pork industry prepare for the possibility of African swine fever (ASF) entering the country.
Study says biosecurity still best to combat viruses in feed
Prevention may be the best strategy to address uncertainty around the presence of swine viruses in feed, researcher says.
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