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Assessment of the economic impact of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus on United States pork producers
Materials and methods: Data for the analysis was compiled from the US Department of Agriculture, a survey of swine veterinarians on the incidence and impact of PRRSV, and production records (2005 toExpand
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Machine-learning algorithms to identify key biosecurity practices and factors associated with breeding herds reporting PRRS outbreak.
Investments in biosecurity practices are made by producers to reduce the likelihood of introducing pathogens such as porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSv). The assessment ofExpand
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Terminologie zur Klassifizierung des PRRSV-Status von Schweineherden
Standardized terminology for the porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) status of swine herds is necessary to facilitate communication between veterinarians, swine producers,Expand
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Agricultural Policies and Soil Degradation in Western Canada: An Agro-Ecological Economic Assessment (Report 4: Modifications to CRAM and Policy Evaluation Results)
Described in this report is the application of an integrated agro-ecological modeling system that has been constructed around Agriculture Canada's Canadian Regional Agriculture Model (CRAM) toExpand
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Atrazine and Water Quality: An Updated CEEPES Analysis
Atrazine is the most widely used herbicide for corn and sorghum and the most commonly encountered in surface water and groundwater. In addition to water quality problems, atrazine poses hazardsExpand
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Atrazine and Water Quality: An Evaluation of Restricting Atrazine Use on Corn and Sorghum to Postemergent Applications
Atrazine is the most widely used herbicide for corn and sorghum and the most commonly encountered in ground and surface water. In addition to water quality problems, atrazine poses hazards throughExpand
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Agricultural Policies and Soil Degradation in Western Canada: An Agro-Ecological Economic Assessment: Report 3. The Integration of the Environmental and Economic Components
This report describes the interface between RS-CRAM (resource sensitive Canadian Regional Agriculture Model) and the environmental components of the integrated modeling system for crops, cropExpand
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