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Dr. Greg Cline

Professional Services Veterinarian

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica , Inc.

HQ Phone: (800) 821-7467

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Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica , Inc.

2621 N. Belt Hwy

St Joseph, Missouri 64506

United States

Company Description

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., (BIVI) is the fifth largest animal health company in the U.S. and produces innovative vaccine and pharmaceutical products for the prevention and treatment of diseases in the swine, cattle, equine and companion animal ... more

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Employment History

Technical Manager

BIVI Productions

Professional Services Veterinarian

Health Management Center , Inc.

Education

DVM

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Greg Cline, BIVI professional services veterinarian, explains BIVI SOURCE - one-stop resource for information on PEDV and PRRS for hog farmers.


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According to Greg Cline, DVM, technical manager for enteric disease products at BIVI, SOURCE is a six-step systematic approach to PED prevention and control featuring one of the industry's most complete information resources on PED. It was developed based on the company's decades of experience and extensive research with other highly infectious swine diseases.


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According to Greg Cline, DVM, technical manager for enteric disease products at BIVI, SOURCE is a six-step systematic approach to PED prevention and control featuring one of the industry's most complete information resources on PED. It was developed based on the company's decades of experience and extensive research with other highly infectious swine diseases.

"SOURCE is a logical, science-based approach to PED control and management. This approach and its principles have proven highly effective in helping the industry manage other costly swine diseases," Cline says.
"We've taken proven concepts and the benefits of a holistic approach to analyzing disease goals, risk and management, and added much of what we've recently learned about PED, to develop sound, practical management protocols that producers can implement into their specific operations."
SOURCE is an acronym, with each letter representing one of six steps in the protocol: State desired goals; Obtain current status; Understand current risk factors; Reduce risk factors; Construct solutions; and Execute and monitor solutions.
"The first step - state desired goals - is often overlooked and probably the most important protocol as it ultimately impacts all the other steps in the process," Cline explains.
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"No other animal health company brings together the breadth of technical information, field-applicable research and management protocols in a single program to help producers and veterinarians better manage PED," Cline adds.


Boehringer Ingelheim launches SOURCE for PED management information

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According to Greg Cline, DVM, technical manager for enteric disease products at BIVI, SOURCE is a six-step systematic approach to PED prevention and control featuring one of the industry's most complete information resources on PED. It was developed based on the company's decades of experience and extensive research with other highly infectious swine diseases.

"SOURCE is a logical, science-based approach to PED control and management. This approach and its principles have proven highly effective in helping the industry manage other costly swine diseases," Cline says.
"We've taken proven concepts and the benefits of a holistic approach to analyzing disease goals, risk and management, and added much of what we've recently learned about PED, to develop sound, practical management protocols that producers can implement into their specific operations."
SOURCE is an acronym, with each letter representing one of six steps in the protocol: State desired goals; Obtain current status; Understand current risk factors; Reduce risk factors; Construct solutions; and Execute and monitor solutions.
"The first step - state desired goals - is often overlooked and probably the most important protocol as it ultimately impacts all the other steps in the process," Cline explains.
...
"No other animal health company brings together the breadth of technical information, field-applicable research and management protocols in a single program to help producers and veterinarians better manage PED," Cline adds.


"Among traditional enteric diseases ...

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"Among traditional enteric diseases affecting pigs today, Salmonella is one of the most widespread, resilient organisms and for many producers, may be a common cause of lost production on farms," said Greg Cline, DVM, technical manager for enteric products at BIVI.

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"Extensive research has documented the vaccine's effectiveness against both types of Salmonella", Cline said.
"After the 14-day Salmonella Choleraesuis challenge period, clinical signs were significantly reduced in the vaccinated pigs" he said. "Specifically, there was no dehydration, mortality, abnormal body condition or fever. No clinical signs or adverse events from the vaccine were reported."
Results of the Salmonella Typhimurium study also are encouraging.
"Vaccinated pigs had a significant reduction in clinical disease," Cline said.
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"Immunization, along with the implementation of proper sanitation programs, biosecurity protocols and diagnostic tools, can reduce the impact of salmonellosis in your swine herd, improve the safety of the pork you provide and increase farm profitability," Cline adds.

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