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Control of the most important epidemic diseases of cattle in the Federal Republic of Germany



Control of the most important epidemic diseases of cattle in the Federal Republic of Germany



Deutsche Tieraerztliche Wochenschrift 89(1): 36-40



By the late sixties, vaccination had reduced the number of outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in the German Federal Republic (GFR) to negligible proportions. In 1971, annual vaccination of all cattle over the age of 4 months was made compulsory. Since 1975 there have been no more than 3 isolated outbreaks per year. As regards bovine tuberculosis, since 1974 the annual rate of new infections has been less than 0.01%. Tuberculin testing is compulsory for all herds every 2-3 years.

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