Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDV) has caused significant challenges to the swine industry. The virus had not been previously identified in the United States prior to May of 2013.
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PEDV Basics and Diagnostics
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) – What Is It?
Guidelines for Diagnosis of PED Virus
How to Verify PEDV-Negative Status after the Virus Is Eliminated on a Farm
Testing of Replacement Breeding Animals for PEDV Status
General Biosecurity Practices for Non-farm Personnel
Positive Diagnosis of PEDV in a Breeding Herd: What Next?
Positive Diagnosis of PEDV in Nursery, Finisher or Wean-to-Finish Sites: What Next?
Elimination of PEDV from a Nursery, Finish or Wean-to-Finish Site
Biosecure Mortalities Removal for PED Control
Establish a Line of Separation: Help Control the Spread of PEDV
Create a Clean Crossing: Help Control the Spread of PEDV
Transportation Biosecurity Protocols for PEDV Control
Transportation Biosecurity Recommendations for PEDV Control at Packing PlantsEnglish Spanish
Biosecure Truck Wash Protocols for PED Control: Recommendations for Truck Wash Facilities
Feed Delivery Biosecurity for Control of Disease
Biosecure Manure Pumping Protocols for PED Control: Recommendations for Pork Producers
Biosecure Manure Pumping Protocols for PED Control: Recommendations for Commercial Manure Haulers
Biosecure Manure Pumping Protocols for PED Control: Recommendations for Land Owners
Show Pig Strategies
Swine Health Recommendations: Exhibitors of All Pigs Going to Exhibits or Sales
Swine Health Recommendations: Organizers of Exhibitions and Sales
Swine Health Recommendations: Biosecurity for Organizers of Weigh-in or Tagging Events