Israel – Classical Swine Fever

The population of the pigs in the farm is divided into two premises which are 70m far from each other. The affected animals were discovered only in one of the two premises where 500 pregnant sows and 6 males stay. Clinical signs were fever, anorexia, multifocal hyperemia and hemorrhagic lesions of the skin, vomiting, coughing, ataxia and death. Post-mortem investigation has revealed lesions that fit classical swine fever.
Thursday 5 March 2009 (9 years 4 months 11 days ago)
The population of the pigs in the farm is divided into two premises which are 70m far from each other. The affected animals were discovered only in one of the two premises where 500 pregnant sows and 6 males stay. Clinical signs were fever, anorexia, multifocal hyperemia and hemorrhagic lesions of the skin, vomiting, coughing, ataxia and death. Post-mortem investigation has revealed lesions that fit classical swine fever.

http://www.oie.int/wahis/reports/en_imm_0000007861_20090304_155924.pdf

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