Study simulates effects of FMD disease outbreak in Mexico
In a worst-case scenario simulation of a foot-andmouth disease (FMD) outbreak in Mexico, researchers found that establishing a good surveillance system and raising a more resilient breed of cattle could lessen the blow to the Mexican cattle industry should an outbreak of FMD or other infectious disease occur.
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