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CSHIN Identified Swine Diseases to Pay Attention to This Summer

  June 23, 2015 (from Farmscape.ca) A Red Deer based swine veterinarian is encouraging pork producers to step up their focus on ventilation heading into the summer. The Canadian Swine Health Intelligence Network, which gathers and compiles swine health information from across Canada, published its latest report at the end of the first quarter. Dr. Egan Brockhoff, with Prairie Swine Health Services in Red Deer, told Alberta Pork's monthly PED update last week, the report identified what we're seeing the most and what we should be paying attention to. "In the springtime influenza is a big one. We see influenza moving through the human population and then, not surprisingly, we see it follow into the barns occasionally. Influenza is a disease that we would expect to see rise through the spring. There's been lots of discussion about post weaning colibacillosis, certainly something that everyone wants to pay attention to. Nursery scours essentially is wh ...

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You're Invited: Alberta Pork Telephone Town Hall Thursday, June 18 at 10:30 am Mountain Time

  June 16, 2015 Join us as we bring you the latest on PED and discuss a critical aspect of the pork industry that touches every producer: Transportation. What are the keys to achieving top-notch biosecurity with your trailers? How do you deal with transportation space requirements under the TQA/CLT and Code of Practice? How can you protect your animals and your business from the hazards of hot weather transport?   For all of that and some key PED updates, please join us for our next Telephone Town Hall on Thursday, June 18 at 10:30 am Mountain Time. Our expert panel includes: - Dr. Egan Brockhoff, Alberta Swine Veterinarian, Prairie Swine Health Services. - Dr. Frank Marshall, Alberta Swine Veterinarian, Marshall Swine Health Services. - Dr. Julia Keenliside, Veterinary Epidemiologist, Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development.   Our special guest this week: Bill Rempel, VP ...

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