There are two categories of pseudorabies virus (PRV). Classical PRV was formerly present in North American commercial production prior to eradication in 2004. It has been eliminated in much of the developed world, but does reside in feral pigs in the US, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Senecavirus A (SVA or Seneca Valley Virus) infection is indistinguishable from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) and other swine vesicular disease, so every outbreak, including at harvesting plants, must be investigated.
SHIC Contributes to Strengthening FMD Prevention and Preparedness
SHIC Engaged in JEV Investigation and Development of Convenient Test
SHIC Drives Improved Readiness for Emerging Disease in North American Pork Industry with PCR Catalog
July Disease Monitoring Reports Posted
Calling the Cavalry When New Disease Is Detected
SHIC Board Approves Project to Examine Future Industry Needs and Confirms Mission Statement
SHIC Working Groups Enable Nimble Response and Action