SPS Plan for Continuity of Business
If foot and mouth disease (FMD), classical swine fever (CSF), or African swine fever (ASF) is found in United States livestock, Regulatory Officials will limit the movement of animals and animal products to try and control the spread of these very contagious animal diseases.
FMD, CSF, and ASF are not public health or food safety concerns. Meat will still be safe to eat.
The Secure Pork Supply (SPS) Continuity of Business Plan provides opportunities to voluntarily prepare before an outbreak. This will better position pork premises with animals that have no evidence of infection to:
- Limit exposure of their animals through enhanced biosecurity,
- Move animals to processing or another pork production premises under a movement permit issued by Regulatory Officials, and
- Maintain business continuity for the swine industry, including producers, haulers, and packers during an FMD, CSF, and ASF outbreak.
Read the SPS Plan!
SPS Plan Overview Video:
Watch (4:29 mins)
SPS Plan Overview Spanish Video:
Watch (6:16 mins)
Webinar: Watch (46:52)
Learn more about the diseases in the SPS Plan!
Foot and mouth disease:
FMD Video (English) – Watch (6:51 mins) | Download (7mb)
FMD Video (Spanish) – Watch (8:15 mins) | Download (42mb)
1-page FMD Handout: English | Spanish
Classical swine fever:
1-page CSF Handout English | Spanish
African swine fever:
ASF Video (English) – Watch (6:22 mins) | Download (6mb)
ASF Video (Spanish) – Watch (8:03 mins) | Download (32mb)
1-page ASF Handout English | Spanish