Q fever: good practice for farmers

Guidance to avoid human infection on farms and good farm practices to reduce human and animal health risks.


Q fever: information for farmers

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This document provides general advice on Q fever for farmers, farm workers and others involved with farm livestock, both for their own personal protection and to reduce health risks to the wider population.

Published 1 October 2010
Last updated 21 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. Updated factsheet.
  2. First published.