African Swine Fever - What Does It Mean For You?




Event Details

Date

December 1, 2021

Time

7pm - 8pm

Location

Zoom

Host

NWNY Team

Nancy Glazier, MS, CCA
585-315-7746



Join us for a virtual discussion on the status of and risks facing New York pig farms from African Swine Fever (ASF). Eireann Collins, DVM, NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets will be covering the symptoms of ASF and what would happen if the disease reached the US. This will be a short presentation with ample time for questions and answers.

Register here.

This educational meeting is supported by NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets, Cornell Cooperative Extension Livestock Program Work Team and New York Pork Producers Cooperative.

Questions, contact Nancy Glazier at nig3@cornell.edu or 585-315-7746.

 




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