Experts from a wide variety of expertise have contributed to this symposium of the feral reservoir of bovine tuberculosis infection and how to deal with the problem. The first 8 papers deal with ecology, and there are 15 papers on epidemiology, disease prevalence in farmed and feral animals, diagnostic techniques and disease control and 9 chapters on disease eradication. There is a short subject index. Although the emphasis is on the situation in New Zealand and Australia, some papers on the role of badgers in bovine tuberculosis in the UK are also included. Tuberculosis in deer is also covered.
|Author||G. V. Petersen and R. Jackson|
|Place published||Palmerston North|