The U.S. pork industry is importing feed ingredients from countries with endemic swine diseases not presently in the United States. Results of research funded by the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) in 2017 suggest a subset of contaminated feed ingredients could serve as vehicles for foreign animal disease, other transboundary disease introduction to the US, and possibly circulation of viruses within the US.
SHIC Domestic Disease Monitoring Report Shows PRRS, PED, PDCoV Status
National Pork Board Delegates Advise Board to Continue Funding SHIC at Annual Meeting
Announcement: SHIC Research Delivers Influenza Test Differentiating Types
Rapid Response Program Ready for Deployment
SHIC Project Addresses Finishing Stage Surveillance Gap with Alternative
Need More Diagnostics? SHIC Can Help!
During last week’s National Pork Board Annual Meeting, the delegates attending passed an advisement to continue to support the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC). The advisement supports the work SHIC is doing by encouraging the National Pork Board to continue funding at a level to be determined by the Board.
The Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) has posted the first monthly domestic swine disease monitoring report. The report is the result of the veterinary diagnostic lab (VDL) data standardization project SHIC supported.
The Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) reports positive results from research funded on influenza detection and differentiation diagnostic development; better understanding of influenza control demands sufficient diagnostic capabilities.