Understanding how live pigs are traded between villages and backyard farmers can help global health agencies better understand how devastating swine diseases spread, according to a study published recently in the journal PLOS ONE.
Researchers at the University of California-Davis' Center for Animal Disease Modeling & Surveillance (CADMS) and the U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) examined patterns of live-pig trade in the republic of Georgia in Eastern Europe.
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