The IPIC team will help producers understand what the state and federal response might include in the event of a foreign animal disease outbreak in the U.S., and how they can individually prepare for such an outbreak on their farm.
From 23-26th October, the International Symposium for Classical Swine Fever (CSF), organized by the China Institute of Veterinary Drug Control, was held in Beijing with the participation of Dr. Llilianne Ganges from IRTA-CReSA.
Germany’s parliamentary state secretary, Maria Flachsbarth, and ILRI’s deputy director general, Dieter Schillinger, signed a letter of intent in to formalize a One Health Research Centre for Africa.
Pig producers in the UK and Ireland have a new means of defense in the fight against salmonella with the launch of a highly effective salmonella vaccine that has already been well-proven in Germany and Poland.
Zoetis collaborates with Texas A&M researchers to help reduce the threat of animal disease, and brings research jobs to College Station for innovation in livestock animal health.
Studies led by the Roslin Institute have inspired a national campaign to help reduce the risk of spreading infectious diseases such as African swine fever (ASF).
With this App, MSD Animal Health confirms its commitment to the training of professionals specialised in the pig sector.
Applications for both Transformational and Industry Priority Projects opened on September 16th. It is anticipated that funding for successful projects would occur after April, 2020.
- 14Nov IPIC offers foreign animal disease preparedness workshops for producers
- 14Nov IRTA-CReSA attends the International Symposium for CSF
- 13Nov ‘One Health Research, Education and Outreach Centre for Africa’ initiated by Germany’s BMZ
- 13Nov Salmonella vaccine now available to UK and Irish pig producers