A foreign animal disease is an animal disease or pest whether terrestrial or aquatic not known to exist in the united states or its territories when these diseases can significantly affect human health or animal production and when there is significant economic cost for disease control and eradication efforts they are considered a threat to the united states another term gaining preference to be used is transboundary animal disease which is defined as those epidemic diseases . Foreign animal diseases the threat of foreign animal diseases decadesagoforeignanimal diseasesfads were consideredinthe united statesasthe purviewof the regulatory animal healthcommunity only it was thought that adequate border surveillance andgoodimport controlswouldkeep ussecure from having toworry about big outbreaks being a large country with. Foreign animal diseases are considered a threat to the united states when they significantly affect human health or animal production and when there is an appreciable cost associated with disease control and eradication efforts diseases such as classical swine fever hog cholera foot and mouth disease fmd and highly pathogenic avian. Fmd is a highly contagious virus that affects all cloven hooved animals including livestock and wildlife it is not transmissible to humans and does not pose public health or food safety concerns the initial clinical signs in cattle include fever and vesicles blisters
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