SCWDS brochures provide summary and relevant information for many common diseases.
Hemorrhagic disease is the most important viral disease of white-tailed deer in the United States, and occurs over a large part of the country, although frequency and severity of outbreaks vary regionally. This brochure provides an overview of the disease, answers important questions and discusses control and prevention.
In the U.S., feral swine are defined as Eurasian wild boar, wild-living pigs descended from domestic swine, and hybrids of the two. This brochure is a quick reference guide to some of the pathogens that can be found in swine that can impact agriculture, human health and wildlife.