Recorded: Potential for H5N1 influenza in swine: Lessons learned from dairy industry

Swine network partners hosted a webinar in collaboration with the Canadian Animal Health Surveillance System (CAHSS) division about thoughts and implications about the current Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreak in cattle in the US and potential impacts on the Swine sector

The webinar covers an update on HPAI in dairy cattle in the US, summary on the national collaborative approach amongst government and swine industry, applied biosecurity concepts towards the potential of HPAI in swine, and an overview of the current Canadian grassroots approach for non-HPAI influenza in swine.

This webinar is intended for Canadian swine veterinarians and veterinary staff but is open to veterinary professionals from other areas of practice.

Speakers: Drs. Kurt Preugschas, Murray Gillies, Egan Brockhoff, Christa Arsenault, and Judy Hodge. Dr Genevieve Toupin, CFIA manager for Ruminant and Swine, was also on hand to answer questions and join the discussion.

This webinar is only available in English and can be viewed on the public CAHSS YouTube channel here: