How infectious agents are spread and Biosecurity measures

by 5m Editor
11 August 2000, at 12:00am

In the light of the Classical Swine Fever outbreak in the UK we have provided direct links to articles within this site that anyone concerned about disease and biosecurity should read. These links are also provided within the CSF article above.

The first link is How infectious agents are spread. This is the first of over 10 articles that should be read. Read the first then click on "next article" to continue.

The second covers Biosecurity and details things that need to be considered to keep disease out of your farm

Read also "What to do during an outbreak" in the Classical Swine fever article above.
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