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Prior research on wildlife transmitted disease

Little regard given to wildlife dimension

Estimates of costs to farmers and consumers from diff’t control strategies (e.g., depopulation, test and remove) and resulting trade and market effects

Bicknell et al. (Aus. J. Agr. Res. Econ. 1999)

Bioeconomic model of possum and dairy cow populations

Optimal disease control strategies from a single farmer’s perspective

Selective harvesting of diseased possums possible

Possums have no real value (other than nuisance)

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