Epizootiology of swine fever.

@article{Terpstra1987EpizootiologyOS,
  title={Epizootiology of swine fever.},
  author={Catharinus Terpstra},
  journal={The Veterinary quarterly},
  year={1987},
  volume={9 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          50S-60S
        }
}
In countries with an intensive pig production system, swine fever (SF), where present, may be regarded as one of the economically most important pig diseases. Although reservoirs of virus and pathways of transmission are well understood, field experience has shown that the disease is extremely difficult to eradicate, especially in countries with intensive pig breeding. The virulence of the strains circulating in the field and the measures applied to control the disease determine to a large… CONTINUE READING

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