Week of 30-Jun-2017

This is a 7 day old piglet that was born with this condition on the skin. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

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Absence of an area of skin over a part of the back, loin and thigh corresponds to an epitheliogenesis imperfecta.This is a condition where the piglet is born devoid of an area of skin. It usually occurs in the limbs or flanks and is usually associated with an individual animal (not a litter).

Week of 22-Sep-2017

What is the likely cause of this lesion seen in >10% of lungs in slaughter pigs each week from a breeder feeder farm?

Week of 15-Sep-2017

The ulcer shown is in the preputial diverticulum of an adult boar culled due to persistent haemorrhage in the ejaculate. What is the likely cause?

Week of 08-Sep-2017

This non-fatal scour is seen in piglets from 10 days of age. What is the most likely primary cause?

Week of 01-Sep-2017

Which infectious disease is the most likely cause of the haemorrhages visible on the serosal surfaces of this growing pig which was found dead?

Week of 25-Aug-2017

What is the cause of the liver lesion in this heavily pregnant sow found dead?

Week of 21-Aug-2017

Is there anything strange about any of the pigs in the photo?

Week of 11-Aug-2017

This 6-week-old pig has non-pruritic lesions on the skin. What can it be?

Week of 07-Aug-2017

What is the most likey cause of the lesion seen in a single 10 day old piglet on an outdoor pig unit in January?

Week of 31-Jul-2017

A first parity weaned sow can not hold her weight. It shows poor response to antibiotics and NSAIDS. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?