The Swine Health Information Center presented its 2017 Annual Report and the Center’s accomplishments on behalf of US pork producers at the National Pork Board meeting on January 9, 2018. The report was accepted and the Center’s efforts to protect and enhance the health of the US swine herd by providing return on the investment made in the Center validated.
When Japanese Encephalitis Virus (JEV) infects a naïve herd, the mortality rate of infected piglets is close to 100 percent; and 50 to 70 percent of sows experience reproductive failure. While JEV is endemic in Asia and the Pacific, many countries like the United States don’t have and don’t want this disease.
SHIC Delivers to US Pork Producers During 2017
SHIC Moves Porcine Sapelovirus Up on Swine Disease Matrix
SHIC’s Near Real-time Global Swine Disease Surveillance System Issues First Reports
SHIC Rapid Response Corps Up, Beta-Testing, and Ready
Pot-Bellied Pigs, a Hurricane, and Puerto Rico
SHIC Monitoring Bat-Sourced Coronavirus Variant in China
SHIC Funds Project to Develop a Model to Predict Disease Outbreaks
Access SHIC Rapid Response Corps Training and Resources
Need More Diagnostics? Short on Funds? SHIC Diagnostic Fee Support Can Help
SHIC Facilitates Communication on Swine Disease Issues