The 38th Leman Swine Conference delivered much new information on control and elimination of PRRS virus being used in PRRS ARC&E projects and compelling new insights
into peri-weaning failure to thrive syndrome (PFTS)
by ERNEST SANFORD
The 38th Allan D. Leman Swine Conference was held in St. Paul, Minn., last September and a wide array of topics was presented, with engaging new discoveries reported on air filtration for PRRS virus (PRRSV), peri-weaning failure to thrive syndrome (PFTS) and the announcement of the validation of an ELISA standard for oral fluids diagnostic testing. Here are a few notes I captured from the proceedings of the conference.