The transition to cooler temperatures brings with it heightened concerns regarding Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) and the potential for a repeat of last year that saw a rapid rise in the number of PEDv cases. With the benefit of more knowledge, better diagnostics and new tools to help combat the disease, pork producers and veterinarians are better equipped to deal with an outbreak. The challenge is taking advantage of these advancements to properly plan for, prepare for and help prevent an outbreak.

 

This webinar will reveal strategies for preparing and protecting farms to help mitigate the risks of a PEDv outbreak. An expert panel featuring Dr. Matt Ackerman, Jeb Stevens and Dr. Rick Swalla will offer practical tips that pork producers, veterinarians, farm owners and sow unit managers can use. Topics will include biosecurity protocols, containment and management strategies, impact on workers and finances, and ongoing collaboration to better identify and help prevent the spread of future emerging infectious diseases.

 

Key Participant Takeaways

Here’s what participants will learn from this webinar:

  • Ways to enhance farm biosecurity protocols and treatment plans
  • Containment and management strategies used to fight the disease
  • Ongoing efforts to help producers and veterinarians be more prepared

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The transition to cooler temperatures brings with it heightened concerns regarding Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) and the potential for a repeat of last year that saw a rapid rise in the number of PEDv cases. With the benefit of more knowledge, better diagnostics and new tools to help combat the disease, pork producers and veterinarians are better equipped to deal with an outbreak. The challenge is taking advantage of these advancements to properly plan for, prepare for and help prevent an outbreak.

 

This webinar will reveal strategies for preparing and protecting farms to help mitigate the risks of a PEDv outbreak. An expert panel featuring Dr. Matt Ackerman, Jeb Stevens and Dr. Rick Swalla will offer practical tips that pork producers, veterinarians, farm owners and sow unit managers can use. Topics will include biosecurity protocols, containment and management strategies, impact on workers and finances, and ongoing collaboration to better identify and help prevent the spread of future emerging infectious diseases.

 

Key Participant Takeaways

Here’s what participants will learn from this webinar:

  • Ways to enhance farm biosecurity protocols and treatment plans
  • Containment and management strategies used to fight the disease
  • Ongoing efforts to help producers and veterinarians be more prepared

- See more at: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:9W3d11GFGb4J:www.po...

The transition to cooler temperatures brings with it heightened concerns regarding Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) and the potential for a repeat of last year that saw a rapid rise in the number of PEDv cases. With the benefit of more knowledge, better diagnostics and new tools to help combat the disease, pork producers and veterinarians are better equipped to deal with an outbreak. The challenge is taking advantage of these advancements to properly plan for, prepare for and help prevent an outbreak.

 

This webinar will reveal strategies for preparing and protecting farms to help mitigate the risks of a PEDv outbreak. An expert panel featuring Dr. Matt Ackerman, Jeb Stevens and Dr. Rick Swalla will offer practical tips that pork producers, veterinarians, farm owners and sow unit managers can use. Topics will include biosecurity protocols, containment and management strategies, impact on workers and finances, and ongoing collaboration to better identify and help prevent the spread of future emerging infectious diseases.

- See more at: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:9W3d11GFGb4J:www.po...

The transition to cooler temperatures brings with it heightened concerns regarding Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) and the potential for a repeat of last year that saw a rapid rise in the number of PEDv cases. With the benefit of more knowledge, better diagnostics and new tools to help combat the disease, pork producers and veterinarians are better equipped to deal with an outbreak. The challenge is taking advantage of these advancements to properly plan for, prepare for and help prevent an outbreak.

 

This webinar will reveal strategies for preparing and protecting farms to help mitigate the risks of a PEDv outbreak. An expert panel featuring Dr. Matt Ackerman, Jeb Stevens and Dr. Rick Swalla will offer practical tips that pork producers, veterinarians, farm owners and sow unit managers can use. Topics will include biosecurity protocols, containment and management strategies, impact on workers and finances, and ongoing collaboration to better identify and help prevent the spread of future emerging infectious diseases.

 

Key Participant Takeaways

Here’s what participants will learn from this webinar:

  • Ways to enhance farm biosecurity protocols and treatment plans
  • Containment and management strategies used to fight the disease
  • Ongoing efforts to help producers and veterinarians be more prepared