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Showing only stories from the FAD category: "Foreign" Animal Disease and other news most significant to regions outside of North America. -- show all categories

Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin
March 20, 2019 —  [FAD]
Read the latest Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin brought to you by the Pork Checkoff, in collaboration with NPPC, SHIC, and AASV. Headlines include: African Swine Fever Continues Global...
Foreign Animal Disease Workshops
March 6, 2019 —  [FAD]
"Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness: What to expect and How to prepare" workshops for pig, cattle, sheep and goat producers, extension personnel and veterinarians are scheduled at five...
Cases Keep Coming: African Swine Fever in Vietnam, China
February 27, 2019 —  [FAD]
The concern Vietnam officials had that African swine fever (ASF) would continue to spread is coming true. ASF has now hit two more provinces after it was first detected on three separate farms in two...
Foreign Animal Disease Workshops
February 27, 2019 —  [FAD]
"Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness: What to expect and How to prepare" workshops for pig, cattle, sheep and goat producers, extension personnel and veterinarians are scheduled at five...
African Swine Fever (ASF) Reported in Vietnam
February 20, 2019 — Paul Sundberg [FAD]
Although it has not been officially reported to the OIE, the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) Animal Health Department released a communication confirming that ASF has...
Foreign Animal Disease Workshops
February 20, 2019 —  [FAD]
"Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness: What to expect and How to prepare" workshops for pig, cattle, sheep and goat producers, extension personnel and veterinarians are scheduled at five...
Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin
February 19, 2019 —  [FAD]
Read the latest Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin brought to you by the Pork Checkoff, in collaboration with the National Pork Producers Council, American Association of Swine...
Foreign Animal Disease Workshops
February 13, 2019 —  [FAD]
"Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness: What to expect and How to prepare" workshops for pig, cattle, sheep and goat producers, extension personnel and veterinarians are scheduled at five...
Japan Struggles to Contain CSF Outbreak
February 12, 2019 —  [FAD]
TOKYO - An outbreak of classical swine fever (CSF) has spread to five prefectures in Japan and animal health officials are struggling to contain the disease. [Source: Meat and Poultry, 7 February...
Lymph Node Approved Sample for ASF and CSF
February 12, 2019 —  [FAD]
In order to increase the list of sample types approved for ASF and CSF testing in NAHLN labs, Lymph Node has been officially added to the list of approved samples for ASF and CSF PCR. [Source: USDA}...
Foreign Animal Disease Workshops
February 6, 2019 —  [FAD]
"Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness: What to expect and How to prepare" workshops for pig, cattle, sheep and goat producers, extension personnel and veterinarians are scheduled at five...
Foreign Animal Disease Workshops
January 30, 2019 —  [FAD]
"Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness: What to expect and How to prepare" workshops for pig, cattle, sheep and goat producers, extension personnel and veterinarians are scheduled at five...
A Valid PIN is Critical for FAD Preparation
November 28, 2018 —  [FAD]
The National Pork Board reminds producers that a PIN is critical for FAD Preparation: The following information comes from a recent NPB foreign animal disease preparation bulletin. "If you don't...
Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin
November 21, 2018 — Harry Snelson [FAD]
Click here to read this week's Foreign Animal Disease Preparation Bulletin published by Pork Checkoff in collaboration with AASV, NPPC, SHIC and USDA....
Half-Life Quarantine Time Calculations for Feed Ingredients
October 24, 2018 — Harry Snelson [FAD]
A factsheet produced by AASV, NPB, NPPC and SHIC describing the methodology for establishing quarantine times for feed ingredients based on viral half-life has been posted to the AASV foreign...
USDA Approves Tonsil ASF Testing
October 3, 2018 —  [FAD]
In order to increase the list of sample types approved for African swine fever (ASF) PCR in National Animal Health Laboratory Network (NAHLN) labs and to include a sample available from deceased...

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