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|Title:||National Workshop on Control Strategies : a review of the NSW approach. 17 and 18 April, 2001 – AMA House, Barton ACT.|
|Authors:||National Ovine Johne’s Disease Control and Evaluation Program|
|Keywords:||Ovine Johne’s Disease|
|Publisher:||Meat and Livestock Australia Ltd|
|Citation:||North Sydney, NSW|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this workshop was to facilitate a structured discussion by national and state OJD technical advisers of a number of proposals for change to the on-farm strategies currently applied in NSW for controlling the spread of OJD, particularly within and from high disease prevalence areas. A number of resolutions involving control strategies, vaccine use, sheep identification and permitted sheep movements, property disease management, OJD Control zoning, approved tests and infected property profiling were passed.|
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|Rights and Permissions:||Copyright Meat & Livestock Australia Limited|
|Type of Work:||Other|
|Appears in Collections:||Ovine Johne’s Disease Research & Development Program|
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