RISKS OF SPREADING FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE THROUGH MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS

@inproceedings{Ai1997RISKSOS,
  title={RISKS OF SPREADING FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE THROUGH MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS},
  author={Donaldson Ai},
  year={1997}
}
A review of epidemics of foot and mouth disease (FMD) has highlighted the important role which raw (untreated) milk can play in the spread of the disease in a country which is normally free of FMD and whose cattle are not routinely vaccinated. The greatest hazard is likely to be in the early stages of an outbreak, before disease control measures have been implemented. The spread of FMD through milk can be prevented by the effective application of control measures combined with 'codes of… CONTINUE READING

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