An evaluation of additives for mitigating the risk of virus contaminated feed using an ice-block challenge model
The role of animal feed as a vehicle for the transport and transmission of viral disease has been well established. This study looks at the possibility of additives mitigating viral viability in contaminated feed.
Inactivation of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus in contaminated swine feed by inclusion of dry lactic acid-based product
Survivability and infectivity of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus within complete feed was tested. The variable being was the presence or absence of a dry lactic acid-based feed acidifier.