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421 Research paper
Vaccination schedules in small ruminant farms by D.Lacastaa, L.M.Ferrera, J.J.Ramosa, J.M.Gonzálezb, A.Ortína, G.C.Fthenakisc, 2015 Veterinary Microbiology 181: 34-46
In Significant Impact Groups: Pathogen management \ Vaccination
Species targeted: Sheep;
Development and implementation of health management plans is the cornerstone of profitable farms; prevention of microbial diseases by means of vaccination is an integral part of such a plan. In every production type and management system in small ruminants, microbial diseases have a major significance, hence their proper control must be based in good health management practices, including use of effective and safe vaccines. The article reviews and discusses vaccination programs and latest advances in development of vaccines against diseases that cause major economic losses in small ruminants.
421 Research paper – Lacastaa – 2015 – Vaccination schedules in small ruminant farms
Where to find the original material: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378113515002801?via%3Dihub; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vetmic.2015.07.018