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    Default Pests and Vector-Borne Diseases in the Livestock Industry, 1e (2018)

    How to control economically important vector-borne diseases? What are the best strategies to protect livestock from vector-borne diseases in a changing environment? How to evaluate and assess the acceptability, cost efficiency and cost benefit of the control and surveillance methods? The information in this book will help to answer these questions. It aims at presenting the latest information on vector-borne diseases affecting livestock worldwide, from state-of-the art interventions to the assessment of the impact of these control measures. This book is a valuable tool for entomologists and all those involved in pest and vector control.


    • Publisher : (January 1, 2018)
    • Language : English
    • Hardcover : 611 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 9086863159
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    Diseases amongst the livestock and pets have been increasing for sure. I have been doing essay writing ai so I am quite glad about the content here. I for sure learned from the content here, it was informative.
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