Pipestone tracks PEDV survivability

Pipestone tracks PEDV survivability

PORCINE epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) has been devastating to the swine industry since its 2013 emergence in the U.S., although the disease has subsided for now.

Previously, Pipestone Applied Research demonstrated that contaminated feed could serve as a vehicle for PEDV transmission (Feedstuffs, Aug. 25, 2014).

As a follow-up, Pipestone conducted a study focused on how PEDV survives in individual feed ingredients in

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