The Ohio Department of Agriculture is offering reimbursement for disinfectant purchased by Ohio pork producers to help fight Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv).

According to the local Ohio Country Journal, the funds are made available through the USDA and be only be obtained by producers with hog herds affected by PEDv. To be eligible, owners of premises infected by PED cannot be currently receiving reimbursement from the USDA’s reimbursement program and must have used the disinfectant on equipment, facilities, trucks, etc.

Approved disinfectants approved for reimbursement include:



1-Stroke Environ

STERIS Corporation, Mentor, Ohio, USA


Ogena Solutions, Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada

Clorox Bleach

The Clorox Company, Oakland, California, USA

Roccal-D Plus

Zoetis, Florham Park, New Jersey, USA


Preserve International, Reno, Nevada, USA


BIO-TEK Industries, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Virkon S

DuPont, Wilmington, Delaware, USA

To be reimbursed, all disinfectant purchases by have been made prior to Sept. 30, 2015.

Click here to read more from the Ohio Country Journal or access the reimbursement form and information.