Tag Archive: Matt Sturos, Strep Suis
Mar 19, 2021Susan SpiegelComments Off on Strep suis continuously challenges US herdsIt’s not unrealistic to say that if you checked the nasal cavities or tonsils of any group of pigs, you would find Strep suis. It is on virtually every hog farm.
Nov 30, 2020Susan SpiegelComments Off on Iowa scientists focused on diagnosing, managing Streptococcus suis in pigsMulti-disciplinary collaboration by academia, industry partners and the veterinary community is improving the diagnostics for and management of S. suis.
May 27, 2020Susan SpiegelComments Off on Watch your Strep: Keep your guard up for this evolving bacteriumFew things remain the same for long on a hog farm. By the very nature of today’s production system, pigs are continuously moving on or off a site. One thing that remains constant is Strep suis.
May 06, 2020Susan SpiegelComments Off on Gebhart: Cracking the Strep suis codeStreptococcus suis (Strep suis) is becoming more prevalent and more complex in US swine herds. The coccoid-shaped, Gram-positive bacterium is also a zoonotic disease, capable of transmission from...
Aug 12, 2019Susan SpiegelComments Off on Impact of control options for Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuisHelping piglets make a smooth transition at weaning is always a priority, but bacterial pathogens such as Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis can make that goal particularly challenging.
Jan 30, 2019Susan SpiegelComments Off on Managing pain, Strep suis infection in baby pigs critical for welfareThe US pork industry has demonstrated high standards for animal welfare, but there is still much to learn about mitigating pain — not only during processing, but also pain resulting from Strep...
Oct 11, 2018Susan SpiegelComments Off on Strep suis resurfacing to challenge high-health herdsWhat’s old is new again — or at least that’s what some high-health herds are finding with Streptococcus suis (Strep suis).
Mar 26, 2018Susan SpiegelComments Off on How close are we to having a Strep suis vaccine for pigs?Although antibiotics provide a treatment option for Streptococcus suis — a common, widespread bacterium in swine — long-term management hinges on an effective vaccine.