Economics of vaccination in a changing market

17-06-2003 | | |

Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae induced enzootic pneumonia is a costly disease in grower pigs. For many years vaccination has been shown to be an appropriate tool to reduce both clinical signs and economic losses, but the benefit to cost relationship still needs to be carefully considered. During unprofitable market situations it is particularly questioned whether the benefits of vaccination justify the costs.



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