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Economic criteria, decision-making and planning in regard to national tick control or eradication programmes

Economic criteria, decision-making and planning in regard to national tick control or eradication programmes

FAO Animal Production and Health Paper ( 75): 81-90

The economic benefits of tick eradication schemes depend on a complex of ecological, technical, political and other factors. While there can be undoubted benefits of eradicating ticks in an area, the degree of eradication likely to be achieved, the costs of maintaining it and the risks of eradication not being sustained need to be considered. The aim of this paper is to set out how a balanced evaluation of tick eradication schemes might be achieved.

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