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Tracing systems used during the epidemic of classical swine fever in the Netherlands, 1997- 1998
|Author(s) :||A.R.W. Elbers, H. Moser, H.M. Ekker, P.A.A. Crauwels, J.A. Stegeman, J.A. Smak & F.H. Pluimers|
Any outbreak of an animal disease classified as a List A disease by the Office International des Epizooties, such as classical swine fever (CSF), has severe consequences for animal welfare, livestock production, exports of animals and animal products and the environment. Experience shows that early detection and response to a suspected disease outbreak will maximise the effectiveness of the emergency response actions and minimise the social, economic and environmental costs associated with the outbreak.