Porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus (PEDV) and porcine deltacoronavirus (PDCoV) were first identified in Canada in 2014. Surveillance efforts have been instrumental in controlling both diseases.Herd‐level prevalence and incidence of PEDV and PDCoV in Ontario
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Composting appears to be an effective disposal method for PEDV-infected piglet carcasses under the conditions examined.Effectiveness of composting as a biosecure disposal method for PEDV-in
Results provide further evidence that contaminated feed ingredients may represent a risk for transport of pathogens at domestic and global levels.Survival of viral pathogens in animal feed ingredients under transboun
Is PEDv spread via semen?
Enric Marco comments on the practical implications of a recent research article about PEDv excretion in semen.
The GD is working on the comparison of PEDV strains.Increase in PED outbreaks in The Netherlands
New rules requiring swine entering or moving within Wisconsin to originate from a herd that has been tested for PRRS and SECD.Wisconsin adopts new swine rules
So far, 90 is the total number of farms affected by the disease since its appearance in February 2014.Canada: Slowing down of the number of PEDV in Manitoba
The objective of this study was to evaluate the survival of PEDV in 9 different feed ingredients when exposed to 60, 70, 80, and 90 °C, as well as the survival on four different surfaces.Survival of PEDV in thermally treated feed ingredients and on surfaces