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Since then, new cases have tapered off, but experts worry this is a temporary reprieve. Estienne said the virus doesn't survive as well in the warm months, but producers are bracing themselves for a resurgence as winter approaches. Estienne said some of the Midwestern producers at that meeting don't have a lot of hope and are looking to a future with PEDV as the new normal. "Some producers out in the Midwest are trying to figure out how to live with PEDV being Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove On Feet endemic in their particular operations. Because the prices are good and if they stay strong, it compensates some for the fact that they're losing so many pigs.
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have been touched by the disease. Virginia hog farmers have almost completely dodged the epidemic only one case of PEDV has been confirmed in the state. Department of Agriculture. The virus has previously wreaked havoc on swine herds in Europe and China but the health risks to humans are minimal. People cannot contract the disease by eating meat from an infected hog. With most diseases, some young die but some survive and grow immune, leaving the herd with a segment with strong immunity.
in Suffolk, recently returned from a national meeting of swine educators. PEDV was the big topic of conversation. The virus' spread peaked late last winter, with more than 300 new cases every week for three consecutive weeks in February.