SENASCA Announces Sampling Exercise Completion12 September 2013
PARAGUAY – Blood testing has begun on samples collected as part of foot and mouth disease surveillance efforts, the National Animal Quality and Health Association (SENASCA)has announced.
The random seroepidemiological sampling of over 600 farms has culminated in a range of samples from zone two, the foot and mouth surveillance zone, and zone one, the rest of the country.
Tests began on Monday working to determine the disease status of animals between six months and 24 months of age which will use 19,148 samples.
SENASCA stated that the current intentions have not changed – Paraguay aims to remain foot and mouth disease free.
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