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Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv)

Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) is a viral disease causing vomiting, diarrhea, and high death loss in pigs.

Although this disease cannot be transmitted to humans and is not a food safety concern, this coronavirus can be devastating for your herd. The PED virus causes acute outbreaks of watery diarrhea in naïve sow herds. In nursing piglets the disease can be severe with up to 100% mortality. In growing pigs, there is widespread diarrhea with low mortality.

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Daily PEDv Updates
July 25, 2016

New Cases Today: 0 new cases reported today.

Most Recent Cases in Ontario:


      2016
  • June 30             1 new case reported today in a nursery-finisher site in Huron County.
  • June 23             1 new case reported today in a finisher site in the Waterloo region.
  • June 7               1 new case reported today in a finisher site in Oxford County.
  • May 17             1 new case reported today in a farrow-to-wean barn in Elgin County.
  • Apr 28              1 new case reported today in Lambton County.
  • Mar 30              1 new case reported today in a farrow-to-finish barn in Lambton County.
  • Jan 22               1 new case reported today in a finisher barn in Huron County.
  • Jan 15               1 new case reported today in a farrow to partial finish barn in Bruce County

    2015
  • Dec 3               1 new case reported today in a finisher barn
  • July 11             1 new case reported today in Oxford County
  • July 3              1 new case reported today in Wellington County
  • June 4              1 new case reported today in Wellington County
  • May 13            1 new case reported today in Lambton County
  • Apr 16             1 new case reported today in Perth County
  • Mar 23             1 new case reported today in Elgin County
  • Mar 5               1 new case reported today in Waterloo County
  • Feb 20              1 new case reported today in Oxford County
  • Feb 6                1 new case reported today in Perth County
  • Feb 5                1 new case reported today in Norfolk County
  • Jan 28               1 new case reported today in Oxford County
  • Jan 26               1 new case reported today in Lambton County


Cases in Manitoba:

  • June 4/16    1 case reported in southeast Manitoba in a batch farrow-sow barn.
  • June 2/16    1 case reported in southeast Manitoba in a finisher barn.
  • May 26/16  1 case reported in southeast Manitoba in a batch farrow-sow barn.
  • Jan 21/16    1 case reported in southeast Manitoba in a finisher operation..
  • Oct. 1        1 case reported in southeast Manitoba in wean-finish barn.
  • Sept. 24     1 case reported in southeast Manitoba.
  • Sept. 23     1 case reported in southeast Manitoba.
  • July 23      A farm previously infected with PED tested positive for the virus a second time
  • May 9        1 case reported in southeast Manitoba.
  • Feb 14       1 case reported in southeast Manitoba.

 

Cases in Quebec:

  • May 8/15   1 case reported in the Eastern Townships
  • Apr 22/15   1 case reported in Granby and St.-Aimé
  • Feb 5/15     1 case reported in Granby and St.-Aimé
  • Feb 5/15     1 case reported in St.-Denis-sur-Richelieu
  • Jan.17/15    1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Jan.12/15    2 cases reported in Monteregie Region
  • Jan. 9/15     1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Jan. 8/15     1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Jan. 7/15     1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Jan. 6/15     1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Jan. 6/15     1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Nov. 6        1 case reported in Monteregie Region
  • Feb 22        1 case reported in Monteregie Region



Cases in PEI:

  • Feb 14     1 case reported in PEI.
     

 

 

 

 
Contacts

Toll free number: 1-877-247-7675

Geoff Geddes, Communication Coordinator
Geoff.geddes@albertapork.com
780-440-8460


Charlotte Shipp, Industry Program Coordinator, Growing Forward Applications
Charlotte.shipp@albertapork.com
780-491-3528

 

 
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