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They are using social science, studying how people make decisions, and integrating economics with animal health perspectives for the prevention, recognition, control and recovery from any new, emerging or foreign animal disease or pest.
The goal is to assist with the creation and adoption of practices and policies to reduce the impact of pests and diseases in livestock animals, including:
- dairy and beef cows
- camelids (llamas and alpacas)
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