Swine Network

News/Disease Alerts

1 Jan , 2023

Q4 2022 Veterinary Surveys Available for Ontario Practitioners (Companion Animals, Equine, Swine)

Find links to our latest veterinary surveys for Ontario veterinarians practicing on companion animals, equine, or swine.

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14 Nov , 2022

Ontario Rabies Update November 9, 2022 – 1 New Case

One new case of rabies, detected in one skunk (Niagara), this week (November 9, 2022). We are currently at 516 cases of raccoon strain (472 expired and 44 active), and 21 cases of fox strain rabies (21 expired) in Ontario to date.

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31 Oct , 2022

Ontario Rabies Update October 26, 2022 - 1 New Case

One new case of rabies, detected in one skunk (Niagara), this week (October 26, 2022).

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Please see our latest Swine quarterly reports below, as well as supporting resources.

Please note that the veterinary reports, laboratory data, and clinical impressions summaries are meant only for veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians and are not to be shared publicly

Disease Resources

Smallholder Swine Course for Veterinarians

This course will prepare veterinary professionals that provide health services to smallholder swine producers. Topics include: general health and production practices, approaching the sick pig/ herd, performing a comprehensive diagnostic workup, vaccination strategies, and more.

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Animal Health Resources

Smallholder Swine Course for Veterinarians

This course will prepare veterinary professionals that provide health services to smallholder swine producers. Topics include: general health and production practices, approaching the sick pig/ herd, performing a comprehensive diagnostic workup, vaccination strategies, and more.

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Industry Resources

Entry Point Signage for Poultry and Swine Barns

English and French printable signs to help stop the spread of influenza between people and animals.

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Swine Health Bulletin - Seneca Valley Virus

swine health bulletin on Seneca virus A from the Canadian Pork Council.

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