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February 01, 2007

 

 Guide available for porcine circovirus-associated disease

Posted Jan. 15, 2007
 

The American Association of Swine Veterinarians and the National Pork Board have collaborated to create "A producer's guide to managing porcine circovirus associated disease."

The 18-page, color brochure describes porcine circovirus-associated disease, explains the role of herd veterinarians, emphasizes the need for laboratory diagnosis, and outlines steps to take for each stage of production following a diagnosis of PCVAD on a farm.

Electronic copies of the brochure are on the AASV Web site, under Publications. Print copies of the brochure are available at no charge to U.S. producers and industry educators from The Pork Store Swine Health.

Access electronic copies of the porcine
circovirus-associated disease brochure
on the AASV Web site at
www.aasv.org
under Publications