Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive syndrome, PRRS, causes severe impacts on reproduction including abortions, stillbirths, mummification and increased pre-weaning mortality. It also has significant impacts on respiratory health and mortality rates right through to finish.

PRRS is probably the most economically important disease in pig farming.

Our guide written by Laura Hancox (Zoetis UK National Veterinary Manager) includes the following topics to help explain how to approach PRRS on your unit:

• What is PRRS?
• How can PRRS spread?
• What do you see in a pig infected with PRRS?
• Diagnostics
• Prevention and Control
• PRRS elimination

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