Pests and Vector-Borne Diseases in the Livestock Industry 2018
DOI: 10.3920/978-90-8686-863-6_10
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10. Public-private partnership enabled use of anti-tick vaccine for integrated cattle fever tick eradication in the USA

Abstract: Worldwide the livestock industry, from small farmers to large industrialized farms, is affected by arthropods and arthropod-borne diseases at various scales, which cause huge losses and are a constraint to socio-economic development. Farmers make considerable efforts to prevent and control pest and disease incidence, often requiring the use of vaccines, if available, drugs and pesticides. Examples of current problems are presented, to set the stage for the detailed and state-of-the-art presentations of specifi… Show more

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“…Our model could also be used to document the fully integrated use of these acaricidal products with anti-tick vaccine technology as it has been done for example with commonly used acaricides such as organophosphates and pyrethroids and Bm86-based vaccines [20, 42, 43]. Further testing of an experimental Bm86-based vaccine in Puerto Rico will allow for this [44]. Including the cost of different technologies will add value to the model as a tool to document to the producer the return on investment of different intervention modalities.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our model could also be used to document the fully integrated use of these acaricidal products with anti-tick vaccine technology as it has been done for example with commonly used acaricides such as organophosphates and pyrethroids and Bm86-based vaccines [20, 42, 43]. Further testing of an experimental Bm86-based vaccine in Puerto Rico will allow for this [44]. Including the cost of different technologies will add value to the model as a tool to document to the producer the return on investment of different intervention modalities.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Subsequently, the states of Tamaulipas and Coahuila delivered a risk and resource assessment for a targeted part of their states at the end of March 2020 [ 127 ]. This is an example of multiple states’ animal health and industry leaders spanning two countries working together to potentially improve programmatic objectives for the common good in otherwise disparate programs.…”
Section: Orientation Of Tick Research To Design Cattle Integrated mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The suggested recommendations from the consensus of participants in the first ever CFTBB reflect the successful delivery through a public-private partnership approach to identify necessary future policy and research initiatives. Mexico and Brazil are currently working to establish enabling environments for public-private partnerships that enhance sustainable animal production [127]. Thus, it is reasonable that a Mexico-U.S. private-public partnership can also be successfully sustained to support research and policy needs in the future.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Today, novel control strategies are under development or already in use such as biocontrol agents (Bti and Wolbachia strains, fungi), sterile insect techniques, insecticide-treated durable wall lining, sugar-baited traps, anti-tick vaccines, and push-pull strategies, among others (e.g. Pages and Cohnstaedt 2018;Pérez de León et al 2018;Pfeffer et al 2018;. Ironically, most of the time these techniques target zoonotic diseases with a clear objective to protect human populations and only in second instance livestock.…”
Section: Opportunities and Challengesmentioning
confidence: 99%