Tracking Morbidity and Mortality in Swine


The Ontario’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) and the University of Guelph used Magpi (formerly EpiSurveyor) to track mortality and morbidity rates of high-risk swine raising operations in rural Canada. Producers with more traditional approaches to breeding are less likely to fully employ biosecurity measures, benefit from veterinary laboratory diagnosis, or have access to prompt information. Low-cost collection and analysis of data on a weekly basis allowed these farmers to quickly report outbreaks and access local veterinary services.

Mobile Data Collection Guide

When it comes to choosing how data collection will be performed in the field, there are several factors to keep in mind – from the type of data you are collecting to the type of data collection technology to level of connectivity available to your teams in the field. Our mobile data collection guide helps you understand the benefits – and avoid the common pitfalls.

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