Cattle suffering from foot and mouth disease are buried to prevent the disease from spreading in the United States.
United States USA Date:1925 Duration:7 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The effects and control of foot and mouth disease in cattle. Main carriers of the foot and mouth disease include animals and humans. A cat and a dog on a farm. Livestock appraised on a farm. Inspectors examine cattle for symptoms of foot and mouth disease. Condemned animals taken to a trench. A buffalo with faulty stepping suffers from foot infection. A dairy cow with inflamed udders. Infected cattle is buried. Dead bodies of the livestock. Quicklime is sprayed on the dead bodies. Inspectors disinfect themselves. Disinfectants used on the premises. Men wipe the floor. A man pours a disinfectant in a mixer and spray in on the floor.
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