Session 27. Interaction of diseases and production systems; risk evaluation and management
Date: 30 August 2011; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Theatre Session 27
- Possible involvement of rodents in spread and transmission of Coxiella burnetii, causative agent of Q-fever, to humans and livestock
Meerburg, B.G. and Reusken, C.B.E.M.
- Diagnosis of paratuberculosis: evaluation of an ELISA in milk in relation to serum and bacterial culture of tissue in goats
Van Hulzen, K.J.E., Heuven, H.C.M., Nielen, M. and Koets, A.P.
- Effect of farming system characteristics on the effectiveness of paratuberculosis control in a dairy herd
Fourichon, C., Marcé, C., Seegers, H., Pfeiffer, D.U. and Ezanno, P.
- Characterisation of the contact network in the pig supply chain
Büttner, K., Krieter, J. and Traulsen, I.
- Impact of infection or vaccination for Bluetongue virus serotype 8 on reproduction in dairy cows
Nusinovici, S., Seegers, H., Joly, A., Beaudeau, F. and Fourichon, C.
- Impact of Bluetongue outbreaks on the number of calves born in French beef cattle farms
Mounaix, B., Ribaud, D. and David, V.
Poster Session 27
- Using network properties to predict disease transmission in the pig supply chain
Traulsen, I., Büttner, K. and Krieter, J.
- Effect of region and stocking density on performance of farm ostriches