Disease Control & Surveillance


Effective disease control practices can prevent animal suffering and economic losses on the farm.

Advice and information is available through the Agriculture Branch and the Chief Veterinary Office (CVO)/Animal Health and Welfare Branch.

With information provided from the Veterinary Diagnostic Services (VDS) laboratory and also the provincial meat inspection program, the CVO monitors animal disease in Manitoba through diagnostic testing for key diseases and condemnation rates.

  

Current Disease Response
Animal Health Issues
Provincial Condemnation Rates
Additional Information


 
CVO Disease Investigations Dashboards

The Chief Veterinary Office (CVO) leads the Provincial Animal Disease Investigation and Surveillance Program that routinely track provincially reported disease outbreaks. This program allows for timely prevention, identification, control and, where appropriate, eradication of animal diseases that are essential to Manitoba’s agricultural production, food security, public health, animal welfare and international market access.

Indicator Dashboard

This dashboard displays a total of six indicators on animal disease investigations conducted by the Manitoba’s Chief Veterinary Office (CVO). The top three indicators display the number of disease investigations, disease sites and linked sites based on user-defined year, animal species and disease types. The bottom three indicators display the total number of investigations, disease sites and linked sites from 2012 to present.

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Timeline Dashboard

This dashboard depicts the timeline of animal disease investigation cases, disease sites and linked disease sites in Manitoba.

 
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Summary Dashboard

This dashboard displays a summary chart on the number of animal disease investigations by disease type and outcomes in Manitoba.

 
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Current Disease Response


Animal Health Issues

Information on animal health or animal health related issues and surveillance:


Provincial Condemnation Rates 

 

The Animal Health & Welfare Branch monitors whole and partial carcass condemnations within all provincially-inspected facilities in Manitoba to determine if significant changes have occurred. For more information on condemnation rates and reasons for condemnations in Manitoba livestock and poultry, please visit the Provincial Condemnation Rates page.  



Contact

For more information, or if you suspect any animal health related concerns, please contact the Chief Veterinary Office or call 204-945-7663 in Winnipeg.