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July 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC Project Enables FMDV ELISA for Swine Oral Fluid Specimens
SHIC Study Assesses Tools for Mitigation of FAD Introduction and Transmission in Feed
SHIC Engagement Delivers Information to Stakeholders
Introducing Dr. Pam Zaabel
Disease Monitoring Reports

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June 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC-Funded Study Examines Biosecurity of International Genetics Transport
SHIC Supports OIE African Swine Fever Resolution
SHIC Helps to Offer a New Approach on Feed Mitigation Evaluation
SHIC-Funded Study Demonstrates Transfer of Livestock Trailer Contamination to Barns
US Customs and Border Protection Responds to Reports About Lack of Secondary Screening
SHIC Board of Directors Met June 6
Disease Monitoring Reports

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May 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

Research on Viral Transmission in Feedstuffs Yields New Information
SHIC Collaborates with University of Minnesota to Host Workshop to Examine Vitamins’ Role in Feed Security
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April 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC Helps Uncover Risk for ASF Introduction into the US via Air Passengers’ Luggage
SHIC Learns ASF Identified in Cambodia
SHIC Commends USDA for Actions Relative to ASF Risks
SHIC Shares Resource for ASF Identification Poster
SHIC Shares USDA Literature Review on Non-Animal Origin Swine Feed Ingredients
SHIC Shares USDA’s ASF Entry Assessment
SHIC Shares USDA’s Non-Animal Origin Feed Ingredient Risk Evaluation Framework
SHIC Shares New CFIA Feed Import Requirements
Disease Monitoring Reports

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March 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC-Funded Study Offers to Predict PEDV Outbreaks
SHIC Reports ASF in Vietnam and Seized Pork in Taiwan
Reminder: Declaring Farm Visits in Countries with Foreign Animal Disease to Customs
Disease Monitoring Reports

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February 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC 2019 Plan of Work Emphasizes Actionable Steps to Protect US Herd
SHIC Sponsored Research Looks for Cost-effective Ways to Mitigate Potential Risks from Feed Transmission
SHIC Provides Update on SVA in Brazil
SHIC Shares New AFIA Biosecurity Guidance Following ASF Outbreaks
Reminder: Declaring Farm Visits in ASF Positive Countries to Customs
New National Swine Disease Council Will Help Combat Foreign Animal Disease
Disease Monitoring Reports

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January 2019 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC 2018 Progress Report Details Activity on Behalf of US Swine Industry
SHIC Sponsored Research Looks for Cost-effective Ways to Mitigate Potential Risks from Feed Transmission
SHIC Notes New Outbreak of SVA in Brazil
Declaring Farm Visits in ASF Positive Countries to Customs
SHIC Sponsors Research to Examine PCV3 Relationships to Learn More About Epidemiology
SHIC-Funded Project Uncovers Breeding Herd Vulnerabilities to PRRS for Improved Biosecurity
Disease Monitoring Reports

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December 2018 SHIC eNewsletter

Declaring Farm Visits in ASF Positive Countries to Customs
SHIC Requests Your Input for 2019 Plan of Work Priorities
SHIC Helps Protect the US Swine Herd Health with Information Sharing
Disease Monitoring Reports

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November 2018 SHIC eNewsletter

Progress on Feed Biosecurity Research Validates Sampling Methods and Evaluates Presence of SVA in Feed Across US Feed Mills
ASF Surveillance Highlights Pork Industry Ask in USAHA Resolutions
Disease Monitoring Reports

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October 2018 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC Offers Global Disease Reporting Tool
SHIC Finalizes Bacterial Swine Disease Matrix to Guide Focused Look at Related Risks
SHIC Swine Disease Matrix Update: African Swine Fever Moves Up
FAD Prevention
SHIC Hosts Swine Health Monitoring Project Coordinators for Collaboration
Disease Monitoring Reports

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September 2018 SHIC eNewsletter

Pork Industry Focuses on Feed Ingredients to Combat African Swine Fever Threat
AASV, NPB, NPPC, and SHIC Work with USDA on ASF Prevention and Response
SHIC: Assessing the Needs, Funding the Projects, Answering the Problems – Chinese PRV Preparedness
Preparedness and Response Working Group Oversees Swine Disease Matrix and Response Program
Disease Monitoring Reports

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August 2018 SHIC eNewsletter

ASF Identified in China
Discerning Between Classical Pseudorabies and High Path Variant Pseudorabies Now Possible Thanks to SHIC-Sponsored Research
SHIC Investigates SVA Outbreak that Threatened a Plant’s Operations
SHIC-Funded Feed Risk Studies Lead to Stakeholder Meeting
Monitoring and Analysis Working Group Surveys Domestic and Foreign Swine Disease Risk for SHIC
Disease Monitoring Reports

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