Swine - Health Management and Biosecurity
No cases of African Swine Fever (ASF) have been reported in North America and it does not pose a threat to human health or food safety. ASF is a contagious pig disease that can spread through both direct and indirect contact with infected pigs. We encourage producers to continue to follow strict biosecurity protocols.
Information for Ontario pork producers on swine health management and biosecurity.
- National Strategy to Prevent the Spread of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea to Canada, Canadian Swine Health Board
- Biosecurity Fundamentals For Visitors To Livestock Facilities
- 10 Step Guide to Implementing an Effective Biosecurity Plan
- Biosecurity Checklist
- Biosecurity - Infectious Agents
- Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheets
- Rodent Control in Livestock and Poultry Facilities (Order No. 13-057)
- How to Avoid Production Losses in Swine Due to Heat Stress(Order No. 17-039)
- Pain Control During Piglet Processing
- Swine Influenza - Advice for Veterinarians and Swine Producers
Swine influenza is a contagious respiratory disease of pigs. The disease is commonly seen in North and South America, Asia and Europe. Illness is cause by type A Influenza viruses, which also affect a range of other animals, as well as humans.
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