A pig exposed to a typical strain of influenza that affects pigs may present with a number of clinical signs and symptoms.


Signs and symptoms of influenza in swine:

(1) coughing ("barking")

(2) breathing difficulties

(3) sneezing

(4) nasal discharge

(5) high fever

(6) poor eating ("going off feed")


Most cases are generally mild and deaths are uncommon.


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