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Ontario Rabies Update for January 10 - 1 New Case

1 new positive case of raccoon rabies this week in a raccoon from Hamilton.

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Weekly Disease Surveillance Scan (Jan 8-14)

Our top animal health links from the past week, with articles on bovine, companion animals, equine, small ruminants, swine, wildlife, and more!

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Top Animal Health Links This Week (Jan 1-7)

Our top animal health links from the past week, with articles on bovine, companion animals, equine, poultry, small ruminants, swine, and more!

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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

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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Senecavirus A Update

Clinical signs of Senecavirus A, what veterinarians should do, and important contacts.

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Animal Health Resources

Swine Health Information Center's June 2017 Newsletter

Topics include: Diagnostic Support Fuels Search for Answers, Pathogen Transmission Via Feed May Be Possible, and many more!

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Swine Podcasts

Link to all OAHN Swine Podcasts.

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Swine Industry and Government Resources

Government and industry links for swine stakeholders.

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Industry Resources

OMHLTC: Flu vaccination recommendations for swine workers

English and French flu vaccination recommendations and information for those working in the swine industry.

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Barn Fire Prevention and Preparedness Tips

Download tips on Reducing the Risk of Fire on Your Farm (by OMAFRA), and Regular Facility Maintenance PDFs.

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Provincial Premises Registry

Premises Identification Numbers: how to register, and what you should know. It's fast, easy, and every agri-business in Ontario can have one.

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