This clinical case describes how, after discovering large numbers of dead and dying pigs in the sheds over a 4-day period, an expert team of veterinarians diagnosed African Swine Fever.
Four veterinarians talk about gilt acclimation: programs they put in place, how the immune status is measured and special management scenarios for introducing those gilts into the main herd.
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The emergence of African swine fever in wild boars in Belgium has made the alarm bells ring. It is essential to maximise all the precautionary measures.
Enric Marco comments on the practical implications of a recent article investigating the transmission of ASF through ingestion of flies.
Main elements that can be found in the digestive environment and how they are involved in gut health.