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Vet Microbiol. 2000 Apr 13;73(2-3):239-52.

Oral immunisation of wild boar against classical swine fever: evaluation of the first field study in Germany.

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Federal Research Centre for Virus Diseases of Animals, Institute for Applied Virology, Boddenblick 5a, D-17498, Isle of Riems, Germany. volker.kaden@rie.bfav.de

Abstract

The effectiveness of oral immunisation of wild boar against classical swine fever (CSF) was studied in a field trial in Lower Saxony for two years, from 1993 to 1995. This field study was performed in an area of ca. 270 km(2)50% of young boars did not feed on vaccine baits nor become immunised. Therefore, an intensive hunting of this age group is a necessary adjunct to the use of oral vaccination. After the third immunisation period, no virus was detected in the areas where oral immunisation took place.

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