SHIC Swine Disease Reports Help to Stay Updated on Global and Domestic Disease Trends
SHIC Funded Research Results in PKV Detection Tool
SHIC Sponsored Research Develops System to Help Farms Strategically Target Disease Monitoring and Control
Need More Diagnostics? SHIC Can Help!
The Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) is watching porcine kobuvirus (PKV) as a possible emerging swine virus posing a valid threat to the US pork industry. Originally detected in 2008 in baby pigs in Hungary, PKV has been detected worldwide including in the US in 2013.
The frequency of swine movement in North America makes the industry vulnerable to disease spread. To explore how modifying movement patterns can reduce disease spread, the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) recently sponsored research at the University of Minnesota (UMN) Department of Veterinary Population Medicine.
Recently updated domestic and global disease monitoring reports have been posted on the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) website. In the domestic report, it was noted there has been a recent increase in cases testing positive for porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus by rRT-PCR.
SHIC-Funded Study on PRRS Focuses on Biosecurity Procedures that Make a Difference
Chinese Swine Acute Diarrhea Syndrome Coronavirus (SADS-CoV) Spurs SHIC Response
SHIC Rapid Response Program Investigates PEDV and Refines Processes
May 2018 Domestic Swine Disease Monitoring Report Posted
Global Swine Disease Monitoring Report Updated