An infected herd in a program area shall either adopt a herd cleanup plan, a feeder pig cooperator herd plan, or shall be quarantined.
1. a. A herd cleanup plan may include any or a combination of the following:
(1) The segregation of progeny with restricted movement. The herd cleanup plan must include the location of the premises that will receive the progeny. The receiving premises shall be quarantined.
(2) The test and removal of infected swine from the herd.
(3) Depopulation.(3) Depopulation.
b. Notwithstanding paragraph "a", breeding swine in an infected herd shall be tested and the infected breeding swine shall be removed from the infected herd in accordance with procedures and by dates established by rules adopted by the department.
2. A feeder pig cooperator herd plan may be adopted if all of the following conditions are satisfied:
a. There must have been no clinical signs of pseudorabies during the past thirty days.
b. The production operation must be capable of segregating offspring at weaning into facilities separate and apart from the remainder of the herd.
c. An approved feeder pig cooperator herd plan must be implemented. The feeder pig cooperator herd plan must include the location of the premises that will receive the progeny. The receiving premises shall be quarantined.
3. Infected herds in a program area which have not adopted an official herd cleanup plan or feeder pig cooperator herd plan shall be quarantined.
4. Costs of program testing and vaccination shall be paid as provided in section 166D.5.
An infected herd outside a program area shall either adopt a herd cleanup plan or a feeder pig cooperator herd plan with restricted movement. An infected herd not subject to such a plan within thirty days of becoming a known infected herd shall be quarantined. An infected herd which is not subject to a herd cleanup plan or a feeder pig cooperator herd plan is a quarantined herd.
89 Acts, ch 280, §8; 98 Acts, ch 1056, §5, 6
Referred to in § 166D.5, 166D.10
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