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ASF and the Benefits of Biosecurity - Shared screen with speaker view
CLAUDIA CHAMORRO
48:25
Buenas tardes
Ricardo De Jesus
48:55
Buenas Tardes
Pérez y Sosa Mauricio Eduardo
49:00
Hello everyone
Junia Mafra
49:06
Boa tarde!
oscar carcamo
49:14
hola buenas tares saludos a todos.
Milagros Lostaunau
50:30
Good afternoon!!
Ricardo De Jesus
51:11
I missed yesterday's and day before yesterday's webinars. Were they recorded as well? and Will I be able to access them some time?
Giuliana Fonte Nogueira
51:46
Hello, Giuliana da F. Nogueira, Brazil-Mato Grosso do Sul
Catherine Harris
51:50
https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-disease-information/swine-disease-information/african-swine-fever/seminar/asf-action-week
jessica seate
52:24
Thanks Catherine
Catherine Harris
52:48
You're welcome Jessica
Sharon Harris
55:47
Hello Sharon Harris Wilmington, NC USA
Berit Foss
57:14
yeast
Sabina Noll
01:04:40
are we putting in place a mechanism to test live animals and/or animal products at ports of entry?
Susan McClanahan
01:05:53
How about the risk of ASF introduction in imported feed ingredients?
Sabina Noll
01:06:14
is there a general idea when a vaccine candidate may be approved for production?
Rachel Trego
01:06:16
Following on Sabina's question, it seems like VERY rigorous screening on any flight coming from the D.R. is critical at this point. Is this a main focus?
Ricardo Gaitan
01:06:19
If the test only catches positive animals a couple of days before they show signs, those that means that we can have animals coming in with the virus into the country?
Elham Guirguis
01:11:35
Would we be able to have a copy of the presenations?
Hallie Zimmers
01:11:53
The recordings are being posted here: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-disease-information/swine-disease-information/african-swine-fever/seminar/asf-action-week
Elham Guirguis
01:12:16
Thanks
Chip Wells
01:30:16
Dr. Johnson, how did the farm in China solve its biosecurity risk of delivering bags of feed?
Gericke Cook
01:30:30
Excellent presentation
David Meeker
01:30:56
that was great, Dr. Johnson
Ricardo Gaitan
01:31:16
Excellent presentation Dr. Johnson
Deborah Leigh
01:31:38
Yes very interesting thank you.
Samira Senouci
01:31:56
Excellent Lecture ! Thanks !
Gary Flory
01:32:40
I agree with Dave. That was the most easily understandable explanation of biosecurity gaps that I have heard. Nice job Dr. Johnson.
Christine Ellis
01:32:58
great lecture Dr. Johnson!
Sandra Featherly
01:34:43
Are these webinars recorded and will links to the recordings be provided to the attendees?
Justin Dickey
01:36:20
Sandra, yes they are recorded. Links are on the same webpage where you registered for the sessions. The website link is posted near the top of this chat.
Justin Dickey
01:37:04
Sandra, yes they are recorded. Links are on the same webpage where you registered for the sessions. The website link is posted near the top of this chat.
Eric Gonder
01:38:18
Biosecurity - also need to watch garbage pickup and anything leaving arm should be C&D'd as well - particularly with a disease that may not kill animals right away. This reduces the risk of inadvertent spread.
Susan McClanahan
01:45:07
How about auction barn hog sales?
Clayton Johnson
01:46:42
Hi Chip - for the feed on the farm in China, the craziest part is the had bulk bins to receive feed in this same area of the farm (the 2nd gate) - the program was supposed to be deliver bulk feed with the feed mill truck then auger it into the farm truck, no bags involved and no human handling needed. This was an example of not having good stakeholder coordination, that was the farms plan but the feedmill had never purchased a truck to haul bulk feed and as such they weren't using the biosecurity capabilities they had. The feedmill purchased a feed truck for hauling bulk feed, and the risk was instantly mitigated, it just took communication and accountability.
Judy Hodge
01:46:44
In Canada, Farm Health Guardian is another option for a biosecurity app!
Gordon Smok
01:46:56
Thank you
Joseph Dourie
01:47:37
Great presentation EVERYONE
Darin Collins
01:47:39
If anyone attending this webinar works at a zoo with non-domestic and/or domestic swine, I would like to connect: darin.collins@zoo.org - thank you.
Gabriel Adrian Torres
01:48:49
Great initiative! Congratulations!
Kim Kozuma
01:49:26
Hawaii allows slop feeding
Maxine Brown
01:49:34
Very informative presentations
Kim Kozuma
01:49:43
Yes, meats are fed but must be inspected and treated.
Kim Kozuma
01:50:28
Plum Island still gets FMD from cured hams.
Christina Gruenhagen
01:50:44
https://www.aphis.usda.gov/publications/animal_health/fs-swine-producers-garbage-feeding.pdf
JOEL RUSSO
01:51:07
Can USDA make an emergency rule to prohibit garbage feeding?
Parag Deka
01:52:12
Hi Darin Collins, I work for Pygmy Hog Conservation Programme.
Jeffrey Odle
01:52:12
Virkon S is labeled in the US for ASF by EPA.
Danelle Bickett-Weddle
01:52:47
EPA approved disinfectants for FADs available here (including ASF): https://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/emergency_management/downloads/fad_epa_disinfectants.pdf
Josiah Paulsrud
01:53:17
Zoono out of New Zealand is another product tested against ASF and other swine specific viruses and available in the US
Barb Porter-Spalding
01:53:48
https://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/emergency_management/downloads/asf-virus-disinfectants.pdf
Richard French
01:55:00
https://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/emergency_management/downloads/asf-virus-disinfectants.pdf
Barb Porter-Spalding
01:55:04
https://www.aphis.usda.gov/publications/animal_health/fs-swine-producers-garbage-feeding.pdf
Oriana Beemer
01:55:30
More information on the ASF/CSF surveillance plan can be found at: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/downloads/animal_diseases/swine/hemorrhagic-fevers-integrated-surveillance-plan.pdf
Kevin Petersburg
01:58:19
vb
Tom Droppo
01:58:48
Many States & Provinces (Canada) have significant #'s of small scale producers. What outreach programs have been successful in the US to connect with & educate this large # of small scale producers & getting them to implement basic biosecurity practices? The importance of this is emphasized by recent ASF outbreaks in DR where all incidences have been on small scale farms. Thank you.
Gloria Voyles
02:00:45
In regards to the outbreak in China, how did they address C&D of live animal trailers?
Rana Das
02:01:07
WHat
oscar Rendon
02:03:16
It is possible that the US will collaborate with a sanitary rifle support in the DR and then support the repopulation of pig farmingRecibidos
Barb Porter-Spalding
02:04:26
https://www.aphis.usda.gov/publications/animal_health/fs-swine-producers-garbage-feeding.pdf
Emmanuelle Charpentier
02:05:41
where can we find this calculator Dr Beemer mentioned
Agnes M Davis, DVM
02:05:43
Fantastic presentations, thanks!
rebecca robbins
02:07:03
are all the NAHLN labs able to do ASF active surveillance testing?
Rana Das
02:07:23
My question is.. How effective it would be to use Electrolyzed Water as disinfectant in the animal farm compared to using other disinfectants? what will be the challenges?
Kim England
02:07:38
I typed in calculator on the USDA site and several came up.
Kathy Jorgensen
02:07:41
https://www.swinehealth.org/feed-risk-and-mitigation/
Oriana Beemer
02:07:42
Outbreak toolbox sample size calculator can be found at: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/ceah-toolbox/overview-calculators-tools
Oriana Beemer
02:08:32
For an individual premises, you would want to use the animal sample size calculator to determine the number of animals to sample
Emmanuelle Charpentier
02:08:35
thank you for the tool
Kim Kozuma
02:10:47
For farmers relying on bag feed they pick up, what are some recommendations for biosecurity.
Vera Fairfield
02:12:43
As someone that has assisted with garbage feeding inspections, I think it would be hard to stop people from garbage feeding. People would ignore the rule and do it illegally and we would no longer have the ability to monitor what they are feeding ( not to say we know of all the garbage feeders).
Oriana Beemer
02:14:40
This publication discusses survivability of ASF in several different environments - fluids, meat products, etc.: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6749736/
Minden Buswell
02:16:38
Here, here Dr. Johnson!!
Francisco Trejo
02:16:56
Thank you, great presentations….!!
Pérez y Sosa Mauricio Eduardo
02:17:42
Great Information. Thanks
Milagros Lostaunau
02:18:13
Thank you!!