Securing Indiana's Pork Supply
Follow the links below to enroll and learn more about specific preparedness programs
Why participate? Enrolling in these programs is important because participation could safeguard Indiana’s pork industry by minimizing the long-term impact of a foreign animal disease.
Get Prepared Now
The following links provide resources to complete each step.
Understand the Response Process (Foreign Animal Disease Timeline)
Register for DUNS and SAM to be eligible for federal payment
A foreign animal disease (FAD) is an animal disease not known to exist in the United States or its territories. These diseases have potential significant health and economic impacts on America's livestock industries. The following resources provide general information about these diseases.
- American Association of Swine Veterinarians: Foreign Animal Diseases
- USDA Swine Disease Information
- Swine Health Information Center: Swine Disease Matrix (list of endemic and foreign swine pathogens)
- FAD Training Videos (USDA, Veterinary Services)
ASF and other foreign diseases can be spread by people, vehicles, pests, and potentially feed ingredients. The following resources offer proactive steps for prevention.
- Foreign animal disease prevention resources (Pork Checkoff)
- Secure pork supply plan (securepork.org)
- Biosecurity Resources (University of Illinois)
- Hosting international visitors
- Traveling abroad
Report Sick or Dead Feral Swine to USDA Wildlife Services
Contact Indiana's USDA Wildlife Services Biologist at: (855) 386-0370 or dfw@dnr.IN.gov
Recommendations and Resources for Swine Veterinarians and Producers during Market Disruption
Securing Indiana's Pork Supply Status Report
Number of Premises Completed
Biosecurity Assessment & Training
Certified Swine Sample Collector Training
Securing Indiana's Pork Supply Meeting with BOAH
Electronic Movement Permit Training
Completed All 5 Steps
*BOAH validates swine premises by utilizing county parcel records and global reference data to assure the premise's address is the 911 location of the hogs. We pinpoint geo-coordinates on the verified farm location, update animal owner and premises owner information, identify any affiliation with an integrator or animal health management company, categorize the production type and site capacity, and create barcodes for the producer. BOAH's goal is to accurately link the correct 911 location, to the correct hogs and correct owner information 100% of the time.