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Date: April 29, 2014Length: 8:26Speakers: Cindy Cunningham, Assistant Vice President, National Pork Board and Dr. Patrick Webb, Director Swine Health Programs, National Pork BoardDownload in Browser:
Posted at 09:30 AM in Animal Science, Animal Welfare, Consumer, Exports, Markets, Pork Safety, Public Health, Swine Health | Permalink
biosecurity, crisis plan, FMD, foot and mouth disease, foreign animal disease, livestock disease, National Pork Board, NPB, pork checkoff
This was very interesting. Has there been any recent outbreaks of animal diseases in recent times? What are the chances of something like FMD occurring in the U.S. or even in other countries?
George B |
July 19, 2016 at 06:53 PM
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