The swine industry is a significant sector of agriculture that involves the breeding, raising, and selling of domestic pigs for meat production. This industry is an essential source of protein and is responsible for producing pork products that are consumed worldwide. However, the swine industry can be significantly impacted by various pig diseases that cause losses in pig production, treatment costs, and export restrictions. Some of the most common pig diseases that affect the swine industry include Swine Fever (ASF and CSF), Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS), Porcine Circovirus (PCV), and Swine Pox. Diseases can cause decreased growth rates, increased mortality rates, decreased reproductive efficiency, and reduced feed efficiency, which can result in reduced pig production. Additionally, treatment costs can be high, and export restrictions can lead to a loss of market access and revenue for the swine industry. Overall, the losses caused by pig diseases can have a significant impact on the swine industry, making disease prevention and control a critical aspect of pig farming. Proper biosecurity measures, vaccination, and other management practices can help prevent and control diseases, reducing the economic losses associated with pig diseases.