Study of seronegative subpopulations against swine parvovirus (PPV), swine erysipelas (SE), and swine leptospira (SL) in 21 swine Brazilian herds

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Study of seronegative subpopulations against swine parvovirus (PPV), swine erysipelas (SE), and swine leptospira (SL) in 21 swine Brazilian herds

The objective of this study is to determine the existence of seronegative subpopulations against these 3 reproductive diseases in 21 Brazilian farms which are vaccinating routinely with a commercial trivalent vaccine (parvovirus, erysipela and leptospira).

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IPVS Congress, 2016

Authors

Rodríguez-Ballarà, I.; Ibanez, G.

Summary

This study confirms that SL circulation in Brazilian swine commercial farms is low, as it was reported before; and the high prevalence of seronegative breeders for SE and PPV in Brazilian farms, as previous studies described.

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