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Research Spotlight - Recent study pinpoints opportunities to better control swine flu

Reprinted as posted on Swine in Minnesota blog June 27, 2023.

New research led by researchers at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) reveals that farmworkers vaccinating and weaning 3-week-old piglets can indirectly and significantly contribute to the spread of the influenza A virus (IAV) on swine farms. This information can help pig producers target biosecurity measures more strategically, curbing swine flu transmission and enhancing swine production outcomes.

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