blue ear disease

blue ear disease

see porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome.
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The Chinese company added that the bovine immunoglobulin G (IgG) kits helps to prevent and treat blue ear disease, respiratory pneumonia, pseudorabies, swine fever and foot and mouth disease, which are common diseases affecting pig in the farming industry.
Animal disease investigators found a "pseudo-rabies virus" - which is related to the herpes virus, rather than rabies - and also the virus that causes blue ear disease, "which likely killed the pigs", the report said.
Animal disease investigators found a "pseudo-rabies virus" -- which is related to the herpes virus, rather than rabies -- and also the virus that causes blue ear disease, "which likely killed the pigs", the report said.
This decrease can at least be partially attributed to the Blue Ear Disease scare, which caused some Vietnamese consumers to stop buying pork.
In the meantime, the development of traditional national compulsory vaccines such as foot and mouth disease vaccine, bird flu vaccine, blue ear disease vaccine, hog cholera vaccine in China are relatively mature as a result of national animal vaccine procurement policies.
It got better: 1986 saw Chernobyl in sheep, 1993 saw BSE, 1995-96 blue ear disease in pigs and in 2001 foot and mouth.
In May Feedinfo News Service reported that Blue ear disease was spreading in Vietnam's Red River Delta, affecting 12 provinces and cities, according to the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Therefore, the rabies vaccine has become the fifth compulsory variety of immunity after the foot-and-mouth disease, bird flu, blue ear disease and hog cholera.
May 7 2010 - Blue ear disease is spreading in Vietnam's Red River Delta, affecting 12 provinces and cities, according to the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
April 10 - A pork industry body in New Zealand has voiced its concerns over the Government's newly published provisional health standards for imported pigmeat, declaring the rule change could lead to an infestation of blue ear disease among the country's swine herds.
March 16 - Chinese pork production and consumption are expected to increase by four and five percent respectively in 2009 as the industry continues its recovery from the debilitating blue ear disease epidemics in 2006 and 2007 and the Government maintains subsidies to producers.
1 MMT -- citing low pork prices as a major reason for this, as the swine sector continues to recover from the damaging blue ear disease outbreaks in 2006 and 2007.