Comparison of alternatives to passive surveillance to detect foot and mouth disease incursions in Victoria, Australia
This study aimed to evaluate strategies to enhance the early detection of foot and mouth disease incursions in Australia. Two strategies were considered. First, improving the performance of the current passive surveillance system. Second, supplementing the current passive system with active surveillance strategies based on testing animals at saleyards or through bulk milk testing of dairy herds. Simulation modelling estimated the impact of producer education and awareness by either increasing...[Show more]
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|Source:||Preventive veterinary medicine|
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