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  • PRRS or blue ear disease - WUR

    Natural Compound Production Services; Pharmaceutical Compound Production Services; Food Additives Production Services; Biofuel Production Services; Microbial Pigments Production Services; Nutraceuticals Production …

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  • Swine blue ear disease antibody detection kit (MBSK

    Checkoff, AASV, and Tetracore sponsor team to investigate blue ear disease in China. A team of scientists from academia and industry recently traveled to China to gain better understanding about the cause, distribution, and severity of the blue ear or “high fever” disease outbreak that has spread through that country in the past year.

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  • Journal of Swine Health and Production

    2020-1-1 · China is the first pork production and consumption in the world, the pig industry is the mainstay of livestock industry. According to the National Bureau of Statistics, 313 million pigs were ... ⚫Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (blue ear disease)(PRRS) ⚫Classical swine fever(CSF)

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  • Swine industry profile and swine disease status in China

    2010-1-8 · This manual was written primarily for veterinary students and those who teach swine diseases. It also may be of interest to veterinary practitioners, veterinary technicians, and others interested in swine diseases in production systems. This manual attempts to update, condense and simplify the great mass of information available.

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  • PigProgress - Vietnam pig industry; Blue-ear disease

    2018-12-27 · called Mystery Swine Disease • Also called blue ear pig disease • Officially named in 1991 • Affects the macrophages – “disease fighters” • Makes pigs get sick easier • …

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  • Swine Disease Manual, 4th Edition (sample pages)

    Diseases of Swine covers a wide range of essential topics on swine production, health, and management, with contributions from more than 100 of the foremost international experts in the field. This revised edition makes the information easy to find and includes expanded information on welfare and behavior.

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  • PigProgress - Vietnam pig industry; Blue-ear disease

    2021-6-10 · fever blue-ear disease’, a complex disease issue that includes highly virulent porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, porcine circovirus and classical swine fever. Best estimates suggest that 50 million pigs were affected. More recent natural disasters (earthquakes/freezing winters) have also limited pig production in some areas.

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  • Modern pig farming in the People’s Republic of China ...

    To date, genetically modified pigs have been generated to express bovine growth hormone, bacterial phytase, fungal carbohydrases, plant and C. elagan fatty acid desaturases, and uncoupling protein-1; and to lack myostatin, α-1,3-galactosyltransferase, or CD163 (a cellular receptor for the 'blue ear disease' virus). Biotechnology holds promise ...

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  • Application of New Biotechnologies for Improvements

    2011-8-5 · A 30% fall in pig production is likely this year from PRRSV virus. In China this disease reached epidemic proportions in 2006. Click button to listen to Swine Disease to download

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  • Blue-ear pig disease strikes again - Bangkok Post

    Acute disease. Sows. Short periods of inappetence. Fever. Abortion, especially at the end of pregnancy (third trimester). These are often the first notticeable signs. A transitory blueing color in the ears (blue ear disease) may be observed. Some sows farrow earlier. Increase in returns 21 to 35 days post service.

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  • PRRS - Swine Diseases Manual - pig333, pig to pork

    2018-12-27 · production and animal ... • SIV–Swine Influenza Virus. PRRS • Was found in the 1980s and originally called Mystery Swine Disease • Also called blue ear pig disease • Officially named in 1991 • Affects the macrophages – “disease fighters” ...

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  • 2014 Swine Health for Show Pigs.ppt [Read-Only]

    2019-8-28 · At present, PRRS is the most economically important viral disease of swine in North America, with production costs to pig producers in the United States estimated at 560 million annually. The cost of the disease has led to the intensification of efforts to control and/or eliminate the virus from domestic swine herds.

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  • Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome

    2010-1-8 · SWINE DISEASE MANUAL FOURTH EDITION Edited by: E.J. Neumann, A. Ramirez, and K.J. Schwartz SWINE DISEASE MANUAL Edited by Neumann, Ramirez, Schwartz Published by the American Association of Swine Veterinarians ISBN 978-0-9843503-0-8 Sample

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  • Swine Disease Manual, 4th Edition (sample pages)

    Aerosol exposure of eight pregnant sows to cell-culture- propagated Lelystad virus resulted in clinical signs characteristic of so-called mystery swine disease. After an incubation of 4-7 days, all sows were inappetant and listless for 6-9 days. Two sows developed a transient red-blue discolouration of the ears ('abortus blauw' or blue ear disease) accompanied by abdominal respiration, and two ...

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  • Experimental reproduction of porcine epidemic

    2020-8-26 · The disease, which does not affect people, can be fatal for pigs. 'We have seen initial signs of success in controlling the outbreak of the highly pathogenic blue ear pig disease,' said Jia.

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  • Journal of Swine Health and Production

    Checkoff, AASV, and Tetracore sponsor team to investigate blue ear disease in China. A team of scientists from academia and industry recently traveled to China to gain better understanding about the cause, distribution, and severity of the blue ear or “high fever” disease outbreak that has spread through that country in the past year.

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  • Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome

    PRRS had been first recognized in the USA in the mid 1980's and was called 'Mystery Swine Disease' or 'Swine blue ear disease'. PRRS is the most economically significant disease to affect the U.S. swine production since the eradication of classical swine fever. The PRRS virus has a particular affinity for the aveolar macrophages found in the lung.

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  • Application of New Biotechnologies for Improvements

    To date, genetically modified pigs have been generated to express bovine growth hormone, bacterial phytase, fungal carbohydrases, plant and C. elagan fatty acid desaturases, and uncoupling protein-1; and to lack myostatin, α-1,3-galactosyltransferase, or CD163 (a cellular receptor for the 'blue ear disease' virus). Biotechnology holds promise ...

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  • Modern pig farming in the People’s Republic of China ...

    2021-6-10 · fever blue-ear disease’, a complex disease issue that includes highly virulent porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, porcine circovirus and classical swine fever. Best estimates suggest that 50 million pigs were affected. More recent natural disasters (earthquakes/freezing winters) have also limited pig production in some areas.

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  • Swine Respiratory Diseases Treatment Market Global ...

    PRRS disease is also known as blue-ear pig disease. The PRRS was identified in USA during the 1980’s and is also known as the mystery swine disease. The PRRS disease is rapidly spreading in all the countries that are into pig productions, very few countries are left which are PRRS free today.

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  • Ear swelling - Atlas of swine pathology - pig333, pig

    Global production and trade data for the most important raw materials. ... Haematomas of the ear in pigs cause discomfort. If left untreated, a haematoma will usually resolve by itself; however, this may take several time. ... African swine fever. Aujeszky's disease. Blue eye disease. Classical Swine Fever. Encephalomyocarditis. Foot-and-mouth ...

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  • Index of Diseases | Iowa State University

    2021-7-18 · Aural (ear) hematoma Blue eye disease Brucellosis Carbon monoxide toxicity Circovirus Classical Swine Fever Clostridial diarrhea Clostridial diseases - Table CNS signs - Table Coccidiosis Cocklebur poisoning Colibacillosis Cystitis Dermatosis vegetans Diarrheal diseases - Table E. coli diarrhea Ear biting Ectopic ossification of mesentery Edema ...

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  • Atlas of swine pathology - pig333, pig to pork

    African swine fever. Aujeszky's disease. Blue eye disease. Classical Swine Fever. Encephalomyocarditis. Foot-and-mouth disease. Influenza. Japanese B Encephalitis. Nipah virus disease. Porcine circovirosis. Porcine cytomegalovirus. Porcine epidemic diarrhea. Porcine parvovirus infection. Porcine respiratory coronavirus. PRRS. Rotavirus ...

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  • Control and elimination of porcine reproductive and ...

    2010-12-1 · 1. Introduction. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome emerged as a new syndrome in the US swine population more than two decades ago (Keffaber, 1989, Yoon et al., 1992).After its initial description, the disease was identified rather quickly in many countries throughout the world.

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  • NADIS - National Animal Disease Information Service

    2. Porcine Reproductive Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS/Blue Ear) A viral disease that can infect and affect all ages of pigs. In young piglets the principle signs are scour, weakness and high mortality, with many pigs born weak and underdeveloped. Haemorrhages and swelling around the eyes are occasionally seen.

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  • Swine industry profile and swine disease status in China

    2020-1-1 · China is the first pork production and consumption in the world, the pig industry is the mainstay of livestock industry. According to the National Bureau of Statistics, 313 million pigs were ... ⚫Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (blue ear disease)(PRRS) ⚫Classical swine fever(CSF)

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  • ‘Blue-Ear Disease’ Kills More Than 1,000 Pigs in Siem

    2015-9-7 · An outbreak of “blue-ear pig disease” has killed more than 1,000 pigs and caused nearly 3,000 to fall ill in two districts in Siem Reap province, officials said Sunday. Moeung Sonithya, director of the provincial agriculture department, said the disease—officially called porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome—flared up in mid-August.

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  • Recognising exotic diseases of pigs

    2019-12-18 · Swine vesicular disease Swine vesicular disease (SVD) is a contagious disease of pigs characterised by vesicles on the coronary bands, heels of the feet and occasionally on the lips, tongue, snout and teats. The disease may be inapparent, mild or severe. Severe disease is usually only seen when pigs are housed on abrasive floors in damp conditions.

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  • NADIS - National Animal Disease Information Service

    2. Porcine Reproductive Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS/Blue Ear) A viral disease that can infect and affect all ages of pigs. In young piglets the principle signs are scour, weakness and high mortality, with many pigs born weak and underdeveloped. Haemorrhages and swelling around the eyes are occasionally seen.

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  • Index of Diseases | Iowa State University

    2021-7-18 · Aural (ear) hematoma Blue eye disease Brucellosis Carbon monoxide toxicity Circovirus Classical Swine Fever Clostridial diarrhea Clostridial diseases - Table CNS signs - Table Coccidiosis Cocklebur poisoning Colibacillosis Cystitis Dermatosis vegetans Diarrheal diseases - Table E. coli diarrhea Ear biting Ectopic ossification of mesentery Edema ...

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  • eFeedLink - China fights blue ear disease with

    2007-6-21 · News, researches & events on global feed & livestock industry

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  • Vaccines and Vaccinations: Production Animals –

    Vaccination protocols for swine typically focus upon preventing diseases of the reproductive, respiratory, and gastrointestinal tracts, and preventing multi-systemic disease. Vaccines may be applied to the reproductive herd (sows and boars), replacement females (gilts), or growing pigs, depending on when the disease challenge is expected.

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  • Biosecurity - Pork Checkoff

    Biosecurity at Youth Swine Shows. Biosecurity is a critical step to keep your pigs healthy before, during and after a pig show. Following these easy steps can keep your animals healthy and protect pigs across the country from getting sick.

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  • Piles of pigs: Swine fever outbreaks go unreported in ...

    2019-3-20 · Analysts forecast pig production in China, which eats about half of the world's pork, will fall more than during the 2006 'blue ear' epidemic, one of the worst disease outbreaks in recent years ...

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  • Swine industry profile and swine disease status in China

    2020-1-1 · China is the first pork production and consumption in the world, the pig industry is the mainstay of livestock industry. According to the National Bureau of Statistics, 313 million pigs were ... ⚫Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (blue ear disease)(PRRS) ⚫Classical swine fever(CSF)

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  • Diagnosis of Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive

    2010-1-11 · Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome (PRRSV), or blue ear disease, is caused by an RNA virus with a tendency to rapidly mutate, allowing a wide diversity of strains to develop which assists the virus to evade the pig population’s immunity to vaccine and field viruses.

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  • Porcine reproductive respiratory syndrome PRRSV

    2021-6-10 · Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is a virus that causes a disease of pigs, called porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS), also known as blue-ear pig disease. This economically important, panzootic disease causes reproductive failure in breeding stock and respiratory tract illness in young pigs.

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  • Farm Health Online – Animal Health and Welfare

    It is one of the primary etiologic agents responsible for swine reproductive failure today (Althouse and Rossow, 2011) and is also referred to as swine infertility and respiratory syndrome (SIRS), porcine epidemic abortion and respiratory syndrome (PEARS), mystery pig disease or blue ear disease. It was independently discovered in Europe and ...

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  • Blue-Ear Pig Disease Strikes in Thailand Again | The

    2021-7-9 · Blue-Ear Pig Disease Strikes in Thailand Again. THAILAND - Pig producers expect the present high pork prices to come down over the next six months as new pigs entering the market make up for the present shortfall being blamed on a virus. They said porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS), also known as blue-ear pig disease, has ...

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  • Cambodia: Pork sales plummet due to blue-ear disease

    2010-8-16 · This comes as a consequence to the outbreak of blue-ear disease in the country and the warnings relayed by government officials to consumers that if pork meats from infected animals are eaten, illness (severe diarrhoea) could occur in people who have had the meat from animals which have not been cooked properly; although a United Nations official stated that the disease could not be …

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  • ‘Blue-Ear Disease’ Kills More Than 1,000 Pigs in Siem

    2015-9-7 · An outbreak of “blue-ear pig disease” has killed more than 1,000 pigs and caused nearly 3,000 to fall ill in two districts in Siem Reap province, officials said Sunday. Moeung Sonithya, director of the provincial agriculture department, said the disease—officially called porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome—flared up in mid-August.

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  • Blue-Ear Pig Disease is Target of Genetic Study

    2013-4-11 · Blue-Ear Pig Disease is Target of Genetic Study A fast mutating virus that affects pig herds and costs pork producers millions of pounds each year is being targeted by scientists. A transatlantic research group is to tackle Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS), which leads to reproductive failure in breeding stock and causes ...

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  • Piles of pigs: Swine fever outbreaks go unreported in ...

    2019-3-20 · Analysts forecast pig production in China, which eats about half of the world’s pork, will fall more than during the 2006 ‘blue ear’ epidemic, one of the worst disease outbreaks in recent years, with some expecting a decline of around 30 per cent in 2019. That would send meat prices soaring and trigger huge demand for imports.

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  • An Overview of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory

    2020-11-15 · Acute outbreaks of PRRS within a swine herd can cause some dramatic symptoms. In the breeding herd, sows may display an elevated body temperature (103-105 F), reduced appetite and lethargy. The European reports also indicate an increase in bruising and a blue ear appearance of white sows (Done, 1995).

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  • China sees rising pork prices as Swine Fever outbreak ...

    2021-2-8 · The signifi cant economic losses to swine producers com-prise an overall estimated fatality rate of approximately 20% (up to 100% in single production units) for the newly emerged virulent strains. For East and Southeast Asia, with the highest pig densities worldwide, the persistence of this disease poses a growing socioeconomic concern. Given

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  • Porcine reproductive and No. 5 - 2011 respiratory

    2017-8-23 · and vertically to foetuses. The disease is also known as Mystery Swine Disease, Blue Ear Disease, Porcine En-demic Abortion & Respiratory Syndrome (PEARS) and Swine Infertility Respiratory Syndrome (SIRS) [1, 2]. It is known as one of the most expensive disease of modern swine production. A porcine reproductive and respira-

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  • Pork the new gold in China due to deadly swine fever

    2021-7-17 · 8. Hog Cholera. Also known as swine fever, hog cholera is one of the most common diseases on commercial hog farms. This is a virus that causes widespread disease and symptoms such as paralysis, diarrhea, lack of appetite, fever, abortion, and often, death. It only spreads from pig to pig.

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  • Phylogenetic characterization of genes encoding for viral ...

    2020-5-18 · pneumonia of swine (MPS), this is a chronic respiratory disease present in every major swine-producing country worldwide. It is well elucidated, Mhp infections may downregulate the host immune system and enhance the infection and replication of other pathogens. However, the mechanisms of interaction between Mhp and other pathogens is still missing.

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  • Farm Health Online – Animal Health and Welfare

    It is one of the primary aetiologic agents responsible for swine reproductive failure today (Althouse and Rossow, 2011) and is also referred to as swine infertility and respiratory syndrome (SIRS), porcine epidemic abortion and respiratory syndrome (PEARS), mystery pig disease or blue ear disease. It was independently discovered in Europe and ...

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  • Piles of pigs: Swine fever outbreaks go unreported in ...

    2019-3-20 · Analysts forecast pig production in China, which eats about half of the world’s pork, will fall more than during the 2006 ‘blue ear’ epidemic, one of the worst disease outbreaks in recent years, with some expecting a decline of around 30 per cent in 2019. That would send meat prices soaring and trigger huge demand for imports.

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  • Evaluation of the Long-Term Effect of Air Filtration on ...

    2015-5-12 · world [1]. An example of an emerging disease of global significance is porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) [2]. Recent pandemics of PRRS in China, also known as ‘‘blue ear disease” or ‘‘pig high fever disease” have resulted in losses of over 1 million pigs [3]. Since pork is the

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  • Porcine reproductive and No. 5 - 2011 respiratory

    2021-2-8 · The signifi cant economic losses to swine producers com-prise an overall estimated fatality rate of approximately 20% (up to 100% in single production units) for the newly emerged virulent strains. For East and Southeast Asia, with the highest pig densities worldwide, the persistence of this disease poses a growing socioeconomic concern. Given

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  • An Overview of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory

    2020-11-15 · Acute outbreaks of PRRS within a swine herd can cause some dramatic symptoms. In the breeding herd, sows may display an elevated body temperature (103-105 F), reduced appetite and lethargy. The European reports also indicate an increase in bruising and a blue ear appearance of white sows (Done, 1995).

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  • Swine Respiratory Diseases Treatment Market Size,

    2019-8-27 · PRRS disease is also known as blue-ear pig disease. The PRRS was identified in USA during the 1980’s and is also known as the mystery swine disease. The PRRS disease is rapidly spreading in all the countries that are into pig productions, …

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  • Cambodia: Pork sales plummet due to blue-ear disease

    2010-8-16 · This comes as a consequence to the outbreak of blue-ear disease in the country and the warnings relayed by government officials to consumers that if pork meats from infected animals are eaten, illness (severe diarrhoea) could occur in people who have had the meat from animals which have not been cooked properly; although a United Nations official stated that the disease could not be …

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  • Pig Disease Claims Rejected -- china.org.cn

    2008-2-5 · The disease, which does not affect people, can be fatal for pigs. 'We have seen initial signs of success in controlling the outbreak of the highly pathogenic blue ear pig disease,' said Jia.

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  • Pigs taking wing with transposons and recombinases ...

    2007-10-31 · Swine production has been an important part of our lives since the late Mesolithic or early Neolithic periods, and ranks number one in world meat production. Pig production also contributes to high-value-added medical markets in the form of pharmaceuticals, heart valves, and surgical materials. Genetic engineering, including the addition of exogenous genetic material or manipulation of the ...

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  • Farm Health Online – Animal Health and Welfare

    It is one of the primary aetiologic agents responsible for swine reproductive failure today (Althouse and Rossow, 2011) and is also referred to as swine infertility and respiratory syndrome (SIRS), porcine epidemic abortion and respiratory syndrome (PEARS), mystery pig disease or blue ear disease. It was independently discovered in Europe and ...

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  • Piles of pigs: Swine fever outbreaks go unreported in ...

    2019-3-20 · Analysts forecast pig production in China, which eats about half of the world’s pork, will fall more than during the 2006 ‘blue ear’ epidemic, one of the worst disease outbreaks in recent years, with some expecting a decline of around 30 per cent in 2019. That would send meat prices soaring and trigger huge demand for imports.

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  • PRDC Porcine Respiratory Disease Complex

    Reproductive failure (abortions, stillborns, weakborn pigs) can persist for 2-3 months but usually does not reoccur unless naive females are added to the population. Sows may experience anorexia, lethargy, and pyrexia. European researchers have reported blue discoloration of ears (thus the term 'blue-ear disease').

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  • Training Tokash KSU Disease Control on Swine Farms

    2020-3-12 · see “blue ear”. Increased abortions, mummies and stillborns in sows. Also see weak born piglets often born early. • Gross lesions: Aborts, mummies, stillborns. Growing pigs become much more susceptible to other diseases due to the damage to the pigs’ immune system. • Treatment: None, breeding will be adversely affecting

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  • Piles of pigs: Swine fever outbreaks go unreported in ...

    2019-3-20 · Analysts forecast pig production in China, which eats about half of the world’s pork, will fall more than during the 2006 ‘blue ear’ epidemic, one of the worst disease outbreaks in recent years, with some expecting a decline of around 30 percent in 2019. That would send meat prices soaring and trigger huge demand for imports.

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  • Pig Disease Claims Rejected -- china.org.cn

    2008-2-5 · The disease, which does not affect people, can be fatal for pigs. 'We have seen initial signs of success in controlling the outbreak of the highly pathogenic blue ear pig disease,' said Jia.

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  • Serious Diseases in Pigs - Pig Farming in South Africa

    AASV Swine Information Library Catalog Swine Disease Manual. The Swine Disease Manual is an informative reference for students, instructors, practitioners, technicians, and anyone working in the swine industry. It provides a concise overview of most diseases and syndromes affecting swine, with diseases grouped by etiologic agent.

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  • AASV Swine Information Library Catalog

    2007-10-20 · Apparently, DON production is necessary for the organism to produce disease in some crops. In corn, the ear rot produced by F. graminearum may appear. Wheat heads may appear prematurely and unevenly ripe and the kernels will have a blanched appearance (tombstone kernels) at harvest and may have pink staining present as well.

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  • Some major mycotoxins and their mycotoxicoses—An

    2020-5-18 · Co-Infection of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae and other swine pathogens Ke Lu 1, Chenyu Wang , Jinqi Shu , Enoch Obeng 1, Yuehong Wu , Jian Chen1, Jianhong Shu1, and Yulong He1 1Zhejiang Sci-Tech University May 18, 2020 Abstract Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyopneumoniae, Mhp) is an etiological agent that causes mycoplasma pneumonia of swine

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  • Blue Eye Disease (Paramyxovirus) | Iowa State University

    2021-7-17 · Blue eye disease (BED) is the common name for a disease caused by a porcine rubulavirus (Paramyxoviridae; La Piedad Michoacan virus) that is characterized in nursing or growing pigs by central nervous system (CNS) signs and, frequently, by corneal opacities. Signs in sows and boars include various forms of reproductive failure and corneal opacity.

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  • Blue-ear disease breaks out in China - WATTAgNet

    2009-11-3 · China’s five provinces of Shanxi, Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi and Tibet confirmed seven cases involved in highly pathogenic blue-ear disease outbreaks, announced China’s Agriculture Ministry (MOA).. The disease caused 3,278 pig deaths and 7,724 were culled as of October 20, showing a better pig production situation this year against 2008, said the government.

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  • PRDC Porcine Respiratory Disease Complex

    Reproductive failure (abortions, stillborns, weakborn pigs) can persist for 2-3 months but usually does not reoccur unless naive females are added to the population. Sows may experience anorexia, lethargy, and pyrexia. European researchers have reported blue discoloration of ears (thus the term 'blue-ear disease').

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  • How Did African Swine Fever Find Its Way to China?

    2018-8-24 · '[The blue-ear pig disease epidemic] directly drove up the consumer price index that year, and triggered inflation the next due to the massive number of pig deaths. If African Swine Fever gets that bad, it will be a catastrophe for the entire industry.' Editor: James Boynton

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  • Serious Diseases in Pigs - Pig Farming in South Africa

    2020-3-12 · see “blue ear”. Increased abortions, mummies and stillborns in sows. Also see weak born piglets often born early. • Gross lesions: Aborts, mummies, stillborns. Growing pigs become much more susceptible to other diseases due to the damage to the pigs’ immune system. • Treatment: None, breeding will be adversely affecting

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  • Training Tokash KSU Disease Control on Swine Farms

    2019-3-28 · All pigs will be ear notched prior to weigh-in using the universal ear notching system. Pigs will also be identified with an official 4-H ear tag and color marking will be recorded. Entry 1. Eligible 4-H’ers will make entry on a Nebraska 4-H Market Swine Ownership Affidavit. Production Phase: Eligibility 1.

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  • SWINE MARKET SWINE - University of Nebraska–Lincoln

    2019-9-23 · C.P. Pokphand Co, one of China's top five pig producers, is speeding up expansion of its business, said the company's chief executive, after a year-long outbreak of disease …

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  • C.P. plans bigger, cleaner pig farms after disease ...

    mitted to man, sheep, swine, dogs, and cats. The disease is transmitted com- monly by contact, sometimes by the ingestion of contaminated food and water, and occasionally by the bites of ticks, flies, lice, and bed bugs. Swine erysipelas is a prevalent in- fectious disease that biting flies may spread from pig to pig. We do not know

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  • Carriers of Animal Diseases - USDA

    2019-2-16 · market animals as well as production, intermediate nutrient group id instructions each participant selects one pedigree from the four on the table ask each participant to take the blue labels with the cuts of meat, texas 4 h swine skill a thon 2012 2013 study guide rules the swine skill a thon will consist of a preliminary

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  • Blue-Ear Pig Disease Strikes in Thailand Again | The

    2021-7-9 · Blue-Ear Pig Disease Strikes in Thailand Again. THAILAND - Pig producers expect the present high pork prices to come down over the next six months as new pigs entering the market make up for the present shortfall being blamed on a virus. They said porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS), also known as blue-ear pig disease, has ...

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  • How Did African Swine Fever Find Its Way to China?

    2018-8-24 · '[The blue-ear pig disease epidemic] directly drove up the consumer price index that year, and triggered inflation the next due to the massive number of pig deaths. If African Swine Fever gets that bad, it will be a catastrophe for the entire industry.' Editor: James Boynton

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  • Blue-ear disease breaks out in China - WATTAgNet

    2009-11-3 · China’s five provinces of Shanxi, Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi and Tibet confirmed seven cases involved in highly pathogenic blue-ear disease outbreaks, announced China’s Agriculture Ministry (MOA).. The disease caused 3,278 pig deaths and 7,724 were culled as of October 20, showing a better pig production situation this year against 2008, said the government.

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  • PRRS CONTROL IN THE REGION - Pennsylvania State

    swine disease’ or ‘blue ear disease’. The causative agent, PRRS virus, was first discovered in the USA in 1987 [1, 4, 36], was subsequently found in Europe [1], and was identified in Asia in the early 1990s [12, 31]. PRRS is the cause of significant economic losses in pig production

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  • PRDC Porcine Respiratory Disease Complex

    Reproductive failure (abortions, stillborns, weakborn pigs) can persist for 2-3 months but usually does not reoccur unless naive females are added to the population. Sows may experience anorexia, lethargy, and pyrexia. European researchers have reported blue discoloration of ears (thus the term 'blue-ear disease').

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  • Development of confirmatory testing strategies for

    2020-10-13 · occasionally named “Blue ear pig disease” because of distinctive appearance of gross skin lesion (48). The causative virus was first isolated in The Netherlands in 1990 and designated as Lelystad virus (LV) 106 and shortly after in the US it was also isolated and named as the Swine Infertility and Respiratory Syndrome (SIRS) virus 17.

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  • Training Tokash KSU Disease Control on Swine Farms

    2020-3-12 · see “blue ear”. Increased abortions, mummies and stillborns in sows. Also see weak born piglets often born early. • Gross lesions: Aborts, mummies, stillborns. Growing pigs become much more susceptible to other diseases due to the damage to the pigs’ immune system. • Treatment: None, breeding will be adversely affecting

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  • ‘Pigflation’ Threat To Chinese Economy As Pork Prices

    2019-7-15 · A decade earlier, in 2008, an outbreak of blue ear disease ravaged Chinese hog farms and consequently pork prices spiked more than 80 per cent, driving the consumer price index as …

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  • REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY DISEASE OF PIG

    2020-3-6 · REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY DISEASE OF PIG. Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) is a viral disease affecting sows and other pigs leading to reproductive failure (abortions, weak and stillborn piglets, infertility), and causes pneumonia and increased mortality in young animals. PRRS also known as blue ear disease affects only pigs.

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  • Sharing Lessons of Smallholders' Pig System in South

    South Asia and Southeast (SE) Asia have some historical links from the past in respect of religion, tradition, culture, food habits, trade, language and population migration. Pig rearing is an important part of smallholders’ livelihood and socio-cultural belief among pig producers in both regions. Its distribution is largely determined by ethnicity and religion. Because of socio-religious ...

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