CENTRAL OREGON -- The Oregon Department of Agriculture is warning Central Oregonians who have domestic pigs that a female feral pig tested positive for Pseudorabies, known as PRV. Ryan Sholz is a veterinarian with the Department of Ag. He says keep domestic pigs fenced and don’t allow them to mingle with feral pigs. Scholz says so far, there has been no exposure of PRV to Oregon livestock. Landowners and managers are required to notify the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife within 10 days of becoming aware of feral pigs on their property.