Committee On Johne's Disease
The purpose of the Committee on Johne's Disease is to facilitate communications between key stakeholders in an effort to provide the United States Animal Health Association with recommendations to control and eventually eradicate Mycobacterium paratuberculosis from the United States.
Committee Member Directory
- Resolution 8: Assess Johne's Disease Fecal Check Test Performance
- Resolution 8: SUPPORT FOR RESEARCH ON MYCOBACTERIAL DISEASES IN ANIMALS
- Resolution 12: NATIONAL VETERINARY SERVICES LABORATORY CERTIFICATION FOR DAIRY HERD IMPROVEMENT LABORATORIES
- Resolution 13: A MULTI-STATE INITIATIVE FOR MYCOBACTERIAL DISEASES IN ANIMALS
- Resolution 1: PROGRAM STANDARD REVISION WITH UPDATED HERD CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
- Resolution 4: National Johne's Disease Demonstration Herd Project
- Resolution 5: Strategic Plan for Johne's Disease
- Resolution 35: National Johne's Disease Demonstration Herd Project
- Resolution 36: Milk ELISA Testing for Johne's Disease
- Resolution 37: Strategic Plan for Johne's Disease
- Resolution 38: Milk ELISA Testing for Johne's Disease in the National Program
- Resolution 11: Indemnification to Eliminate Cattle Confirmed Positive forMycobacterium Avium Paratuberculosis (MAP)
- Resolution 12: Quantitative Bulk Tank Milk Tests for Detecting Johne's Disease
- Resolution 19: Distribution of Johne's Funding in FY 2006
- Resolution 20: Production of Johnin Purified Protein Derivatives at the National Veterinary Services Laboratories
- Resolution 01: New National Johne's Disease Dairy Herd Prevalence Study
- Resolution 21: Updated National Johne's Disease Control Program Strategic Plan
- Attachment to Resolution 21: National Johne's Disease Control Program Strategic Plan - July 2004
The Johne's Committee helps produce the "Johne's and Beyond" CD-ROM as well handbooks for use with Johne's Control programs.
See the USAHA Publications page for pricing and more information about the Johne's Publications.
The National Johne’s Working Group (NJWG)
2010 NJWG Update: The National Johne’s Work Group (NJWG) met during the 2010 Annual Meeting of the U.S. Animal Health Association. The focus of the meeting was on producer initiatives to address the disease in light of federal program funding cuts. The following are slides used in presentations to the group, followed by a meeting summary.
More about the National Johne's Working Group can be found at http://www.johnesdisease.org/.