United Kingdom - How We Beat PMWS

There was a rapid increase in farms using vaccine in the BPEX-funded PCV2 vaccination project in spring of last year with the percentage of farms vaccinating later levelling off at close to 70 percent. But figures from NADIS do not show a significant decrease in PMWS. The reason is that, as expected, vaccination, at least in the early stages, does not lead to a complete disappearance of disease from farms, explains NADIS.
Monday 8 June 2009 (9 years 1 months 10 days ago)
There was a rapid increase in farms using vaccine in the BPEX-funded PCV2 vaccination project in spring of last year with the percentage of farms vaccinating later levelling off at close to 70 percent.

But figures from NADIS do not show a significant decrease in PMWS. The reason is that, as expected, vaccination, at least in the early stages, does not lead to a complete disappearance of disease from farms, explains NADIS.

http://www.bpex.org.uk/articles/298562/BPEX_Weekly__5_June_2009.aspx

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