Swine

Veterinary medicine

Swine Pneumonia Bruce La whorn* P neumonia is an important disease of the lower respiratory tract that impairs animal health and lowers individual and herd performance in swine.

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4-H Breeding Swine Project Reference Guide

4-H Breeding Swine Project Reference Guide Table of Contents Section 1: Getting Started Introduction How to Use Your Reference Guide Purpose of the 4-H Breeding Swine Project Project Options What Do You Need?

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Feral Swine: Damage and Disease Threats

United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Program Aid No. 2086 Feral Swine: Damage and Disease Threats Distribution of Feral Swine Over Time Knowing If Feral Swine Are in Your Area Feral swine damage is often caused at night when the animals are most active.

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Swine Production - Agricultural Alternatives

Swine Production This publication was developed by the Small and Part-time Farming Project at Penn State with support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Extension Service.

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State-Federal-Industry Uniform Methods and Rules

Supervision of the Cooperative State-Federal Swine Brucellosis Eradication Program B. Entering premises D. Notifying the community of swine brucellosis-infected herds E. Dealers—Registration and recordkeeping C. Providing services to livestock owners.

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Diarrheal Disease in Show Swine

D iarrhea is one of the most important problems in show pigs. It can occur at any time, from first obtaining a show pig through the last day of exhibition.

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SWINE INFLUENZA

1 SWINE INFLUENZA Aetiology Epidemiology Diagnosis Prevention and Control References Swine influenza is a highly contagious viral infection of pigs.

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Swine Manure Management

78 Chapter 4 Swine Manure Management J.L. Hatfield, M.C. Brumm, and S.W. Melvin Production of pork is a major agricultural enterprise in the United States, and a majority of the production occurs in the Midwest (Ohio to Nebraska and Minnesota to Missouri) and North Carolina.

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Swine Influenza: What New Yorkers Need To Know

NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH Commissioner Swine Influenza: What New Yorkers Need To Know What is swine influenza?

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CFSPH Technical Disease Fact Sheets

ASF_A2010-2011 © 2010 page 1 of 5 African Swine Fever Pesti Porcine Africaine, Peste Porcina Africana, Pestis Africana Suum, Maladie de Montgomery, Warthog Disease, Afrikaanse Varkpes, Afrikanische Schweinepest Last Updated: June 2010 Importance African swine fever (ASF) is a serious viral ...

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