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U.S. Remains Biggest PED Threat to Canadian Swine Farms

    December 24, 2015 (from Farmscape.ca) A Veterinary Epidemiologist with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development says the United States remains the biggest threat to Canadian swine farms in terms of the potential for exposure of the virus responsible for Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea. Environmental testing indicates Alberta remains free of PED and Deltacoronavirus, Deltacoronavirus has been detected at one site in Saskatchewan, but it is believed to be the bird virus and not porcine Deltacoronavirus, PED positive environmental samples have been identified at 3 assembly yards in Manitoba but effective biocontainment has kept the virus from spreading, PED positive environmental samples have been identified in Quebec and one new case of PED has been confirmed in a finisher barn in Ontario. ...

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Don't Miss the Last Alberta Pork Telephone Town Hall for 2015

December 14, 2015 Please share this message with your colleagues and industry partners. To participate, call 1-877-229-8493 on Wednesday, December 16 at 10:30 am Mountain Time and enter Pin # 112339 when prompted. Bill Six: Two words that have touched off a firestorm in Alberta. Join us as we bring you the latest on this controversial legislation. What is happening and why? What are the implications for you and your business? We'll also have updates on PED and the latest disease threat, Seneca Valley Virus, as well as information on the Alberta Pork Biocontainment Plan being launched next week. For all of that and more, please join us for our next Telephone Town Hall on Wednesday, December 16 at 10:30 am Mountain Time.   Our special guests this week: Darcy Fitzgerald, Executive Director of Alberta Pork. Dr. Julia Keenliside, Veterinary Epidemiologist ...

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New Case of PED Reported in Ontario

December 14, 2015 A new case of PED was found at the end of last week in a finisher barn that was in the process of cleaning out.  The timing of the occurrence implies that it could be transport related. Last Monday, EQSP reported that a weak positive PED PCR test was found in the area where trucks pass at an assembly yard in Quebec.  Cross contamination with a transporter delivering sows outside of Québec is suspected.  No animal areas tested positive and after washing and disinfecting, all tests during the weekend had negative results. On Dec. 4th, EQSP announced that there had been a number of environmental positives on processor loading docks and trucks in Québec's lull in the summer.  All cases were traced back as usual.   This shows that while PED is less prevalent these days, it's still around, so proper biosecurity is critical. If you have questions or concerns, contact your herd veterinarian or Javier Bahamon at Alberta Pork (javier.bahamon@al ...

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