It'll be a sad day for you, Mrs. Bateson, when swine fever comes into the district.
This led to the general belief that swine fever was not necessarily infectious.
In 1882 Pasteur's attention was called to a new disease, swine fever (rouget), which was ravaging the herds of swine in France.
It is thus we battle with lung disease in bullocks, swine fever and glandered horses.
He indicated that the outlook was brightening; but swine fever was far more serious.
The post mortem shows distinctive differences from those of swine fever.
Or is the field suffering from swine fever, of which they are the outward manifestation?