Pre-Harvest Traceability in the Pork Industry

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Pre-Harvest Traceability in the Pork
Industry
Dr. Patrick Webb
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there was the Code
9 CFR 71.19
Identification of Swine in
Interstate Commerce
The continuing saga of ID
• Glossary
– NIAA – National Institutes of Animal Agriculture
– USAHA – United States Animal Health Association
– USAIP – United States Animal Identification Plan
– NAIS – National Animal Identification System
– ADT – Animal Disease Traceability
– SAHO – State Animal Health Official
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USAIP to NAIS to ADT
• 2002 NIAA Taskforce
– Developed a national ID proposal
• 2002 USAHA
– Directed USDA to develop a plan
• 2003 USDA submitted USAIP to USAHA
– Established framework & standards
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USAIP to NAIS to ADT
• 2004 USAIP morphed into NAIS
– Species groups were to develop program
standards
– Pork Industry Identification Working Group
• Developed program standards for swine that were
consistent with Code of Federal Regulations
• Completed mid 2005
– Swine ID Implementation Taskforce
• Started implementing the Swine ID Plan’s program
standards in 2005
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USAIP to NAIS to ADT
• 2010 NAIS discontinued and ADT announced
• 2011 USDA Proposes ADT Rule in the Federal
Register
• Swine ID Taskforce provided comment
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Animal Disease Traceability (ADT)
• USDA’s ADT Rule ( published Jan 9th 2013)
– Purpose is to improve the ability to trace livestock
in the event that disease is found.
– Minimum national identification and
documentation requirements for livestock moving
interstate.
– Specifies approved forms of official identification
for each species
– No changes to how swine are identified for
interstate commerce
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Health Paper / Movement Record
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Sow / Boar Surveillance
Market Hog Surveillance
Veterinary Diagnostic Labs
E2E Proof-of-Concept Demonstration
Premises and Plants (SCS)
Producer (3rd Party S/W)
Testing Results (Diag. Lab)
Producer Census
and Movement
Data
State
Premises
and Plant
Data
Testing Data
Show the day-to-day
usefulness for monitoring
facility disease status.
Show premises disease status
and support the decision on
whether or not to move animals.
USDA Official PIN Tags
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Official USDA PIN Tags
• What they are:
– Official Identification for breeding stock entering
harvest channels.
• Identify sows and boars to the premises they were on prior
to entering harvest channels
• Tag is collected at harvest and associated with blood or
tissue samples for surveillance
• Needed to insure full value
Official USDA PIN Tags
• What they are not:
– Required by USDA, backtags can still be used
– Required by PQA plus
– Required for market hogs
Official PIN Tags
• Sow Packer Requirement
– Condition of sale by January 1st 2015 by
Johnsonville, Hillshire Brands, Calihan Pork
Processors, Bob Evans Farms, Wampler's Farm
Sausage, Pine Ridge Farms, Pioneer Packing Co.,
Pork King Packing and Abbyland Pork Pack.
– Industry support for this @ Pork Forum
• Improves pre-harvest traceability & disease surveillance
in breeding stock
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Official PIN Tags
• Only 3 companies currently have USDA approval
to manufacture and are selling official PIN Tags
– Destron Fearing
– Allflex
– Y-Tex
• Available in multiple colors
– Some packers prefer pink
• Only for use in breeding stock
– Not required for market hogs
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Official PIN Tags
• The PIN on the Official Tag is the USDA
allocated Standardized Premises Identification
Number (PIN) and not the State allocated
Location Identifier (LID)
– When ordering the manufacturer will ask for the
PIN so they can validate it to the address of the
site
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Official PIN Tags
• According to the Swine ID Program Standards
the PIN on the Tag should be the PIN of the
breeding farm she was on prior to entering
harvest channels
– Works for systems that are not parity segregated
• Parity segregated systems
– Work with the State Vet to determine what PIN
make the most sense
– Producer records maintain the traceability
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Official PIN Tags
• One (or one set) and your done
– Once identified with one PIN tag or a set of official
tags with same PIN and production number then that
is it.
• Producers do not need to put in a new one if the animal
moves to another production site BUT they do need to
record that movement in case of a traceback.
– It is unlawful to remove an Official PIN Tag
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Records for Movements of Breeding Stock
• For producers using official PIN Tags, the
following events, along with the date of the
event, must be recorded (hold records for 3 years)
– Number of Official Identifier applied (recorded by
original owner)
– Moved into a premises and source PIN
– Moved out of a premises and destination PIN
– Number of New Official Identifier number (if an
official identifier has been lost)
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Official PIN Tags
• Are official identification for sows and boars in
harvest channels that can double as a
management tag.
• Cull sows & boars must be tagged with an
Official PIN Tag by the producer before they
are shipped to harvest.
– It is up to the producer when to tag them as long
as the Official PIN Tag is in the ear before they are
shipped
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Examples
• Using the PIN Tags as management tags in
breeding stock
– Incoming gilts or boars are tagged after selected
for breeding
– PIN on the tag should be the PIN of the breeding
farm or boar stud
– As long as the Official PIN Tag remains in the ear,
sows and boars are properly identified for harvest
channels
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Examples
• Using the PIN Tags in breeding stock before
shipment to harvest
– Normal form of identification is used for
management purposes
– Official PIN Tag is applied when the sow or the
boar leaves the farm to go into harvest channels
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Official PIN Tags
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This message funded by America’s Pork Producers and the Pork Checkoff
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