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New perspectives on PMWS and PDNS

by 5m Editor
5 March 2003, at 12:00am

UK - The annual meeting of the British Society of Animal Science will include a discussion of new perspectives on the epidemiology and control of PMWS and PDNS.

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THE VOICE OF THE UK PIG INDUSTRY

NPA is active on members' behalf in Brussels & White-hall, and with pro-cessors, supermarkets & caterers – fighting for the growth and pros-perity of the UK pig industry.


Key-note speakers from across Europe will present some of their latest findings on experimental infections, clinical experiences and production solutions.


Farmers, nutritionists, advisors and veterinarians are invited to attend and participate. Admission to this session of the annual meeting is 310 per person (or unit).


If you would like to attend, please download the registration form (right click and choose Save Target As) and return it to the BSAS office. Registration on the day is also possible.

The event is Tuesday March 25. Venue: Exhibition Centre, University of York.

  • 3.45pm Introduction by chairman - Mr Paul Toplis.
  • 3.50pm PCV2/PMWS field studies, experimental infections and immunological parameters, Dr Gordon Allan, Veterinary Sciences Division, DARDNI, Belfast.
  • 4.20pm Clinical presentation, epidemiological findings, diagnosis, immunity, prevention and control of PMWS, Dr Joaquim Segales, Facultat Veterinaria, CRESA - Autonomou University of Barcelona
  • 4.50pm Management system to control and minimise effect caused by PMWS and PDNS, Mr Robin Brice, Production Director, Rattlerow Farms.
  • 5.20pm Discussion.
Source: National Pig Association - 5th March 2003

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