Holding PEDV in the presence of feces at 71°C for 10 minutes or at 20°C (room temperature) for 7 days is sufficient to inactivate the virus, preventing transmission under the conditions of this study.
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Question of the week 01-Apr-2015
On 19-22 March 2015 was held the 4th edition of Poznan Veterinary Forum in Poland. The main topic of this conference is focused on advances in management of swine and cattle herds’ health, which enables maximisation of productivity and increase of farms competitiveness.
Making use of the NET energy system for sows to formulate feeds makes it possible to achieve a smooth transition from gestation to lactation diets, which makes the transition period around farrowing easier for the sows.
Photo of the week 27-Mar-2015
Equivalent results were observed in 4 independent studies and demonstrate the feasibility of oral fluids and mRT-qPCR for surveillance of ASF, CSF, and FMD in swine populations.
Question of the week 25-Mar-2015
PRRSV favours the appearance of secondary infections like the one caused by S. suis due to the impairment of the alveolar macrophages cleaning functions.
Pictures from the 12th edition of FIGAN that has been held in Zaragoza, Spain, from March 17-20, 2015.
This video from BPEX shows how to swap litters.
The dietary fish oil inclusion may prevent lameness appearance in sows.
It is proposed that Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 10415 exerts an immune modulatory effect by increasing the numbers of intraepithelial lymphocytes.
Sows inseminated with encapsulated semen had more sperm cells concentration at the site of fertilization.
This study confirms that Lena strain is highly virulent compared to Finistere strain. With non‐SPF animals coming from commercial herds, we can even expect more severe symptoms because co‐infections are likely.
Photo of the week 12-Mar-2015
Differentiating fostered younger piglets from old ones allows proper management.
Vitamin E had highly reduced lipid peroxidation level in the ω3 supplemented groups compared to mineral selenium supplementation alone.
Enric Marco tells us that of late, it is relatively common to see fattening pigs in their final phase exhibiting respiratory symptoms that respond poorly to antibiotic treatments. In these cases, we usually think of PRRS virus; however raising the possibility of a mixed viral infection is less frequent...
Insulin, ghrelin and leptin could be used as biomarkers to detect situations resulting in a poor energy balance.
A definitive diagnostic evaluation of PRRS with respect to clinical disease requires that serological information be interpreted in combination with results from other virus assays.
This is the first study indicating a link between brain neurotransmission and tail biting behavior in pigs.
Tool that allows you to calculate the replacement rate in your farm.
Photo of the week 20-Mar-2015
Growth curves as a tool to help manage weight variability among pigs.
Question of the week 18-Mar-2015
The goal is to record the sows' feeding level when fed manually.
VIV Asia, the international trade show based on the 'Feed to Meat' principle has been held in Bangkok, Thailand from March 11-13, 2015.
Low inclusion levels of olive cake by-product at growing-finishing diets may improves growth performance and provide healthy fatty acid profile in fat tissues.
Results from our study indicate for the first time, that PEDV can be found in the air and that suspended airborne particles can be infectious.
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