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Emergency response exercises have recognized issues associated with traditional control of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in large feedlots. The depopulation and disposal of large numbers of animals poses difficult challenges for environmental management and resource requirements. The study has focused on the epidemiological and economic consequences of allowing infected cattle to recover at the feedlot, as well as the economic consequences including uncertainty in trade sanctions.

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