Likelihood of introducing selected exotic diseases to domestic swine in the continental United States of America through uncooked swill.

@article{Corso1997LikelihoodOI,
  title={Likelihood of introducing selected exotic diseases to domestic swine in the continental United States of America through uncooked swill.},
  author={Brad L. Corso},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={1997},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={199-206}
}
To help policy makers determine the need for current regulations (which require cooking of swill prior to feeding to swine), an assessment of the likelihood of exposing domestic swine in the continental United States of America (USA) to selected foreign animal disease agents by feeding uncooked swill was carried out. The hazard was assumed to originate from contraband food items entering the USA and subsequently being discarded in household waste. Such food waste may be collected by licensed… CONTINUE READING

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