Endemic sheep scab: risk factors and the behaviour of upland sheep flocks.

Abstract

Since the deregulation of sheep scab in 1992, the number of scab outbreaks per year in the UK has increased rapidly; there has been an estimated 60-fold increase in outbreak incidence between 1992 and 2007. How best to focus management or eradication efforts has therefore been an issue of ongoing debate. Previous work has shown that scab outbreaks occur… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2011.10.010

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@article{Rose2012EndemicSS, title={Endemic sheep scab: risk factors and the behaviour of upland sheep flocks.}, author={Hannah Rose and Richard Wall}, journal={Preventive veterinary medicine}, year={2012}, volume={104 1-2}, pages={101-6} }