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Speakers focused on sustainability, swine health and diseases, industry updates, appealing to modern consumers and more at the 2022 Ohio Pork Congress.

Speakers at a Jan. 19 meeting on biosecurity and foreign animal disease urged pig producers to focus on biosecurity and contact animal health officials if their pigs show any unusual disease symptoms.

At Penn State's Emerging Animal Infectious Diseases conference, speakers talked about disease threats for agriculture and ways to prevent or address outbreaks.

U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers are making good progress in finding a vaccine to effectively prevent African Swine Fever. 

On Sept. 20, the chief veterinary officer in Haiti reported a positive case of African swine fever to the World Organisation for Animal Health.

USDA is suspending the movement of live swine, swine germplasm, swine products and swine byproducts from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to the U.S.

Penn State Extension has been preparing for African swine fever's arrival for years. Learn more about the disease and its treat to U.S. producers.

The USDA's Foreign Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory has confirmed African swine fever in samples collected from pigs in the Dominican Republic.

Agricultural Research Service scientists at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center have made two important advancements against African swine fever virus.

As African Swine Fever continues to spread across Asia, there are some things farmers in the United States should know and watch out for in their hogs.