Evaluating the surveillance for swine dysentery and progressive atrophic rhinitis in closed multiplier herds using scenario tree modelling

@article{Nathues2015EvaluatingTS,
  title={Evaluating the surveillance for swine dysentery and progressive atrophic rhinitis in closed multiplier herds using scenario tree modelling},
  author={Christina Nathues and A. Hillebrand and Stefanie Rossteuscher and Werner S. Zimmermann and Heiko Nathues and Gertraud Schuepbach},
  journal={Porcine Health Management},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={1-12}
}
BackgroundThe Swiss pig population enjoys a favourable health situation. To further promote this, the Pig Health Service (PHS) conducts a surveillance program in affiliated herds: closed multiplier herds with the highest PHS-health and hygiene status have to be free from swine dysentery and progressive atrophic rhinitis and are clinically examined four times a year, including laboratory testing. Besides, four batches of pigs per year are fattened together with pigs from other herds and checked… CONTINUE READING
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