Record nummer 1926888
Titel Monitoring success of paratuberculosis programs : proceedings of 2nd Paratuberculosis Forum Minneapolis, August 2009
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International Dairy Federation
Auteur(s) International Dairy Federation, Brussel
Uitgever Brussels : International Dairy Federation
Jaar van uitgave 2009
Pagina's 41 p fig., tab
Titel van reeks Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation (ISSN 0250-5118 ; 441)
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Trefwoorden (cab) paratuberculose / ziektebestrijding / diergezondheid / dierhouderij / melkvee
Rubrieken Dierziektenpreventie
Publicatie type Congresverslag
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Paratuberculosis is an infectious disease that is one of the leading causes of economic loss to the cattle and small ruminant industries. The dairy sector (and the beef sector) have studied how to control and reduce the prevalence and spread of this disease for many years. The 2nd ParaTB Forum, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on 8 August 2009 provided the opportunity to consider national and regional control and eradication programs on paratuberculosis in dairy herds with the emphasis on monitoring the effectiveness ot these programs and analysing the factors affecting their degree of success.The programs developed in four different countries, covering a wide variety of dairy regimes, were reviewed and discussed.
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