Animal Activists Capitalize on Swine Flu Hysteria...For animal rights activists at the Humane Society of the United States, the opportunity to use “swine flu” to scare American meat-eaters was apparently too tempting to resist.
Swine Flu Fears Hit Wall Street ...Economists talk about the implications of a swine flu outbreak on the U.S. economy and other market issues.
Hog farmers fear: not germs, but consumers...The swine flu has filled the area's hog farmers with fear — not that they will catch a deadly disease from their animals, but that grocery shoppers will become needlessly afraid of buying their product.
Pork Producers Protecting Precious Livestock...No Reported U.S. Hogs Infected By Swine Flu
Indiana State Veterinarian says Swine Flu Not Affecting Pork Products...It’s been originally dubbed swine flu, but unfortunately that may have some unintended consequences for our swine industry.
What is swine influenza? Flu mutates constantly, so it is common for new strains to emerge. Pigs can also be infected with both human and avian influenza, and the current circulating swine flu strain appears to contain genetic elements from all three.
History Says Avoid Virus Hysteria... Let the public health experts freak out about swine flu. The rest of us should relax.
Quick BEEF Daily Fact: Still looking for more information on the North American Flu? The Center for Disease Control has the facts to answer all of your questions and concerns. Example Q&A: Can people catch swine flu from eating pork? No. Swine influenza viruses are not transmitted by food. You can not get swine influenza from eating pork or pork products.