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The present study was aimed to investigate the prevalence of porcine group A rotavirus, group C rotavirus and calicivirus from the 46 pig farms located in Incheon area. Group A rotavirus was detected in 16(5.3%) from 8 farms (17.4%), and group C rotavirus was determined in 17 samples (5.7%) from 6 farms (13.0%). Porcine calicivirus was also detected in fecal samples [11 samples (3.7%) from 2 farms (4.3%)]. Correlation analysis was carried out among porcine enteric viruses and clinical signs, herd size and temperature on the basis of these results. The occurrence of porcine group A rotavirus, group C rotavirus and calicivirus infections in Incheon area was not associated with season and temperature. Especially,group C rotavirus was also detected in the pigs without any clinical symptoms.