[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A 2002 outbreak of exotic Newcastle disease among poultry, for example, was the largest animal disease outbreak in the United States in 30 years, took 10 months to eradicate and cost $180 million.
What does END stand for?
END stands for Exotic Newcastle Disease
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- Enhanced Network Driver (multiple protocols on a single driver)
- Ensayo No Destructivo (Spanish: Non Destructive Testing)
- Environmental Noise Directive (EU)
- Équipes Notre-Dame (Teams of our lady)
- Equivalent Noise Degradation
- European Network for Democracy-Project
- European Nuclear Disarmament
- Everyone Nearly Decommissioned (Kids Next Door TV show)
- Evolutionary Network Development (US Postal Service technology program)
- Exchange Name Documentation
- Experts Nationaux Détachés (French: Seconded National Experts)
- End/Escape (Key)
- Evaluation Nuclear Data Fill
- Employment Non-Discrimination Act (civil rights legislation; US Congress)
- Encontro Nacional de Dirigentes Associativos (Portugal)
- Environment and Development Action
- Environnement et Développement du Tiers-Monde (French: Environment and Development in the Third World; Senegal)
- Environnement et Développement en Afrique (French: Environment and Development in Africa; Senegal)
- European Nurse Directors Association (Purmerend, The Netherlands)
- Environmental Development Action Tiers Monde
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to USDA Veterinary Services, Exotic Newcastle disease is a highly contagious and fatal viral disease affecting all species of birds.
At the onset of the investigation, infections due to avian influenza and exotic Newcastle disease virus were considered in the differential diagnosis.
Jim Hermes, a poultry specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service, recently alerted local extension and fair officials that an outbreak of Exotic Newcastle Disease, or END, had hit poultry flocks in the southern parts of California and Nevada and could be moving this way.
The last thing poultry producers want their flocks hit with is exotic Newcastle disease (END), a contagious and fatal viral disease affecting most species of birds.