Research animals herded in research building at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center in Long Island, New York.
Long Island New York USA Date:1958 Duration:5 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
A film based on the Plum Island Animal Disease Center in Long Island, New York which is dedicated to study of foreign animal diseases. A technician works with bacteriological incubators to grow tissue cultures. Technicians inoculate a culture with foot and mouth disease virus of animal. The technicians carry out this procedure in a safety hood. Cattle are used as research animals and are held in quarantine for two weeks. Animals enter a research building after the quarantine period is over. The animals are herded through different doors in the building. A man dumps food for the animals in a chute. The cattle feed is processed in a hammer mill. Air passes through filters. Glass block openings in the research building. A guard patrols the area in a radio equipped vehicle. A fisherman's boat goes away from Plum Island coast. Two wire fences to isolate the area. A technician handles supplies.
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