Movement Rules: Swine
Moving Within Wisconsin to Any Market Where Any Swine at the Market May be Sold
for Purposes Other than Slaughter
Commercial swine moving within Wisconsin to any market where any swine at the market may be sold for purposes other than slaughter require the following:
- Testing for Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) and Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDv), is required as follows:
- Negative tests of herd of origin within 90 days prior to movement – no restrictions on movement.
- Markets must verify negative test results and record that results were checked.
- Markets are encouraged to collect and keep test results to document they have been checked.
- Positive tests for either PRRS or PEDv of herd of origin within 90 days prior to movement - the herd will be quarantined at the farm of origin until a herd plan is established and approved. Movement can take place in accordance with the herd plan. All testing, quarantines, and herd plans must be done before movement to the market.
- Markets must verify that there is a current herd plan and record the herd plan number. The herd plan expiration date and herd plan number are in the upper right hand corner of the first page of the herd plan.
- Markets must announce the disease for which the swine herd tested positive if the swine are from positive herds, even if moving in accordance with a herd plan, before the sale.
- To be able to announce the disease status of the swine sold, markets are encouraged to check, collect, and keep test results.
- If no test for either PRRS or PEDv has been done within 90 days prior to movement, the animals are not to be accepted into the market except for a sale at which all swine on the premises on the day of the sale are going directly to slaughter.
- No CVI is required for instate movement of swine to a market.