Biosecurity and Health Assurance at a Boar Stud

An outline of questions to ask your Semen supplier
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Biosecurity Considerations for Pigs Housed Outdoors or with Access to Outdoor Lots

Preventing the introduction of disease agents is a continuous challenge for pork producers and veterinarians. The problem is compounded when pigs are housed outdoors because producers cannot pig contact with wildflife, stray animals, rodents, insects, aerosols, and people. This guide will help producers assess and monitor the biosecurity of their farm.
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Biosecurity Guide for Pork Producers

Biosecurity is an essential part of minimizing the risk of introducing disease-causing agents to pork production operations. This pulbication, developed in conjunction with the National Biosecurity Resource Center at Purdue University, the National Pork Board/AASV Biosecurity Working Group, the National Pork Board Swine Health Committee and the AASV Swine Health Committee, offers a comprehensive look at protecting swine farms.
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Security Guide for Pork Producers

Secure farms also help in maintaining consumer confidence that U.S. pork is consistently of high quality. This publication offers guidelines for producers to use when insuring that their farms are secure. The Security Guide for Pork Producers have been developed in conjunction with the National Biosecurity Resource Center at Purdue University, the National Pork Board/American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) Biosecurity Working Group, the National Pork Board Swine Health Committee and the AASV Swine Health Committee.
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