PEDV research looks at environmental aspects

PEDV research looks at environmental aspects

University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers examine composting mortalities, contaminated manure management.

Research recently conducted by faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is giving swine producers and veterinarians potential methods to manage and prevent the spread of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV).

Beginning in the spring of 2013, the virus spread quickly throughout the swine industry and is estimated to have an annual economic impact of up to $1.8 billion.

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