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Update: The meeting was recorded and may be viewed at:  https://zoom.us/rec/share/_LrX6dRsQ8-hpJ1qTKSl-A3H4YWnFQHCnuCWjyLp-ZPHHUWTqPE3zOYMBnU6feOR.4TpRt51OSIk814dj  To access the meeting, you will need to enter this passcode: UDg1&F.L  To view the Powerpoint presentation that was part of the meeting, go to: https://hdoa.hawaii.gov/ai/files/2021/07/Molokai-TB-2021-PPP-FINAL.pdf   *********************************** Moloka`i ranchers and interested parties are invited to a Zoom webinar on the bovine tuberculosis (bTB) ...
Read More Molokai Ranchers Meeting on Bovine Tuberculosis – July 30, 2021

The Hawaiʻi Department of Agriculture, Animal Industry Division received calls from Molokaʻi residents regarding large numbers of axis deer dying on the West End of Molokaʻi during the latter part of 2020 and early 2021.  Veterinary Medical Officer, Dr. Naomi Kamakau-Sakugawa, was dispatched from Maui on December 28, 2020 to investigate these losses. Dr. Kamakau-Sakugawa ...
Read More HDOA Investigation of Moloka`i Axis Deer Die Off

July 25, 2018 HISTORY Over the past two months or so, wild horses in the Waipio Valley on Hawaii Island have been observed with abnormal neurologic signs. Affected horses have been seen unsteady on their back legs and having difficulty walking.  As many as a dozen horses may have been affected, with estimates of at ...
Read More Wild Horse Deaths – Waipio Valley, Hawaii Island

List of Acceptable Tick Treatments

Posted on Mar 20, 2018 in Main

The following list of active ingredients are accepted for tick treatment. HOWEVER, each owner of a dog or cat is responsible for consulting with their veterinarian to determine what products are safe to use on their dog or cat, and what dose and application directions should be followed. For example, some formulations are for use ...
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March 5, 2018 The Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA) is alerting horse owners statewide about an ongoing outbreak of a horse flu, Equine Influenza Virus H3N8 (EIV) occurring on Hawaii Island.  Other animal species and humans are not affected. EIV is common in horse populations.  Fall and winter are the typical times of the year ...
Read More Health Alert for Respiratory Disease Outbreak in Horses on Hawaii Island

Interstate Transport of Livestock

Posted on Dec 27, 2017 in Main

For information on requirements for transporting animals between states in the U.S., go to this national database website: www.interstatelivestock.com    

Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV)

Posted on Jun 8, 2017 in Main

PEDV causes significant sickness in swine and causes high mortality in piglets. The virus only affects pigs and does not pose a risk to humans or pets and is not a food safety concern. For questions and information, contact the Animal Disease Control Branch at (808) 483-7106   View the letter to producers (June 2017) ...
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Pigeon Fever (Horse)

Posted on Feb 3, 2016 in Main

February 2016 PIGEON FEVER DETECTED IN MAUI HORSES Pigeon fever is a disease of horses that occurs sporadically in Hawaii.   An unusual recent surge in cases on Maui may be related to weather conditions and increased fly population observed in the later part of 2015. Over thirty (30) cases of Pigeon Fever in horses have ...
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USDA Update 4-29-15 – April 29, 2015 USDA Update 4-28-15 – Avian Influenza found in wild birds in Kentucky – April 28, 2015 USDA Update 4-27-15 – April 27, 2015 More Avian Influenza in Wisconsin and Minnesota 4-24-15 – April 24, 2015 More Avian Influenza in Minnesota  – April 22, 2015 More Avian Influenza in ...
Read More USDA Updates on Avian Influenza April 2015

November 20, 2014 The Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA) has issued a quarantine order stopping the movement of all pigs on Oahu after an outbreak of a serious swine disease, Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PEDv), was confirmed on a Waianae farm. PEDv causes significant sickness in swine and causes high mortality in piglets. The virus only ...
Read More Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) in Waianae