Combining epidemiology and economics to assess control of a viral endemic animal disease: Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS)

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is an extremely contagious disease that causes great damage to the U.S. pork industry. PRRS is not subject to official control in the U.S., but most producers adopt control strategies, including …

Costs of cannabis testing compliance: Assessing mandatory testing in the California cannabis market

Most U.S. states that have regulated and taxed cannabis have imposed some form of mandatory safety testing requirements. In California, the country’s largest and oldest legal cannabis market, mandatory testing was first enforced by state regulators …

Disease in Central Valley Salmon: Status and Lessons from Other Systems

Costs of mandatory cannabis testing in California

Implication of greenhouse gas reduction mandates for size distributions of dairy farms

A selective review of the economic analysis of animal health management

Production losses from an endemic animal disease: porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in selected Midwest US sow farms

A Review of quantitative tools used to assess the epidemiology of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome in US swine farms using dr. morrison’s swine health monitoring program data

Using machine learning to predict swine movements within a regional program to improve control of infectious diseases in the US

Between-farm animal movement is one of the most important factors influencing the spread of infectious diseases in food animals, including in the US swine industry. Understanding the structural network of contacts in a food animal industry is …

Measuring progress on the control of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) at a regional level: the minnesota N212 regional control project (Rcp) as a working example