Tuberculosis in free-ranging, semi free-ranging and captive cervids.

@article{Hunter1996TuberculosisIF,
  title={Tuberculosis in free-ranging, semi free-ranging and captive cervids.},
  author={David L Hunter},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={1996},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={171-81}
}
Cervids were one of the earliest sources of food for humans. Evidence exists of some degree of human management of cervids in Norway over 50,000 years ago. Cervids are popular wild animals for viewing in National Parks and Wildlife Reserves; they have also become popular as an alternative livestock species, and are being farmed and ranched commercially. Confinement of animals and the resultant increase in population density have increased the likelihood of infectious and parasitic diseases… CONTINUE READING

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