New PEDV biosecurity guidelines available

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To help reduce the risk posed by PEDV-infected manure, veterinarians and university experts working with the Pork Checkoff, the National Pork Producers Council and the American Association of Swine Veterinarians have created a set of guidelines for producers and commercial manure haulers. Fall manure pumping and application season is a particularly critical time to follow a strict set of steps to help prevent the spread of PEDV.

The new guidelines (available at www.pork.org/pedv), which focus on good communication and adhering to a line of separation, are specifically offered for producers, commercial manure haulers who travel from one farm to the next, and for land owners. 



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