Animal Diseases

Variant H3N2

Wisconsin now has four confirmed cases of Variant H3N2 influenza, which makes it essential that the State Veterinarian underscore the importance of taking precautionary measures to prevent further transmission of the virus. The following materials are available to assist local and county fairs in controlling the spread of H3N2v influenza during any remaining events this season. The materials are provided by the National Pork Board.

Handwashing Poster--English

Handwashing Poster--Spanish

Visitor Poster

WDPH Visitor Poster 

Exhibitor Letter

Exhibitor Poster

  • General Information
  • Avian Influenza
  • Disease Status Certification
  • Foot-and-Mouth Disease
  • Scrapie
  • Johne's Disease
  • BSE (Mad Cow Disease)
  • Reportable Diseases
  • Rabies
  • Variant H3N2