Introduction to the Wisconsin Swine Health Rule & Testing Requirements





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Published on Feb 9, 2018

The UW-Extension Swine Team, in conjunction with Wisconsin Pork Association, hosted this webinar to provide details on the animal health rule that establishes herd testing requirements for Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) and Swine Enteric Coronavirus (SECD) in Wisconsin.

Speakers included Paul McGraw, DVM, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, and Marcelo Almeida, DVM, Iowa State University. Dr. McGraw will provided details on the rule, including testing requirements prior to movement and what happens if a swine herd becomes positive. Dr. Almeida provided suggestions for producers on how to meet the testing requirements, sample collection techniques, and more comprehensive testing plans should a farm become positive for PRRS or SECD. Tammy Vaassen, Wisconsin Pork Association discussed additional resources available for Wisconsin swine farmers.

Have Questions on the Swine Health Rule? Contact:
Dr. Julie McGwin at 608-224-4897
Tammy Vaassen at 608-723-7551

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