Monitoring of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) in pig farms is performed usually by testing for antibodies against PRRSV in serum samples. A new method is the detection of PRRSV antibodies in porcine saliva. In this study serum samples and saliva were collected in nine farms suspicious for PRRSV and tested for the presence of PRRSV antibodies. In total 220 serum and 41 saliva samples were taken from pigs at the age of 8 weeks (± 1 week). One saliva and one pooled serum sample (1:5) were tested from each pen. In total 11 (Cut-off 0.4/0.3) or 14 (Cut-off 0.2) serum samples and 23 saliva out of 41 pens were positive for PRRSV antibodies. Cohen`s Kappa testing showed a moderate agreement (κ = 0.446). Saliva samples compared to pooled serum samples were very sensitive, the specificity was 60 and 67, respectively.