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Dr. T.J. Koernyer of the University of Florida's Animal Husbandry Department reports on cholera outbreaks in the Florida swine industry, including the disease's history, cause, transmittal and its impact on the swine industry. He cites low vaccination rates as the cause. Dr. Koernyer also addresses recent developments in vaccine production. A scientist is shown vaccinating pigs with serum developed from infected rabbit tissue. The film closes with advice for the prevention of the disease. Produced by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations and the University of Florida Agricultural Extension Service.
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