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Minimum conditions for the import of cattle from a country with a type of foot and mouth disease virus differing from those in the importing country

Minimum conditions for the import of cattle from a country with a type of foot and mouth disease virus differing from those in the importing country

Bull. Off. int. Epiz 53: 845-848

A French translation is given of recommendation No. 5 of the conference on F. & M. disease held at Bogota in April, 1959.

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