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AgView: The Path to Protection

Tue, 11 Jan 2022 08:29:18 CST

AgView: The Path to Protection AgView is a free, opt-in technology solution from the National Pork Board that helps producers of all sizes and types provide disease status updates and pig movement data to state animal health officials.

This promotes business continuity for America's pig farmers by uniquely making disease traceback and pig movement data available to the USDA and state animal health officials on day one of a foreign animal disease (FAD).

For the U.S. pork industry, AgView is the path to protection for America's pig farms that will help navigate uncertainty in the event of a crisis.

When permissioned by producer-users, AgView can provide real-time health status plus site and pig movement data from participating farms to state animal health officials.

This information will aid in the response of a suspected or confirmed foreign animal disease. These features could help the pork industry rapidly contain or regionalize a potential foreign animal disease outbreak.

Real-Time Health Status and Pig Movement Data
AgView uses much of the same data required by participants in the nation's Secure Pork Supply plan, but connects the dots and leverages the information for actionable intelligence in a manner that allows state veterinarians, producers and others to make sound decisions quickly.

How a Producer's Data is Shared in AgView
1. A confirmed or suspect case of a foreign animal disease (FAD) is reported to the State Vet.
2. The State Vet uses AgView to request producer data by affected location.
3. An email is sent from AgView to the producer with the locations and reason for request.
4. In AgView, the producer clicks on SHARE in the Share Request Tab and can elect to share or not share the data.

Learn more about AgView here.

   

 

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