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Salmonella dublin abortion in cattle


Veterinary Record 93(6): 162-162
Salmonella dublin abortion in cattle
In south-west Wales the frequency of S. dublin abortion reaches a peak in October-November and declines to low levels in December-January, whereas enteric infections reach an earlier peak (August) before declining. Most of the 18 herd outbreaks investigated involved single cases, and only rarely did an abortion occur in the same herd the following year. Of 111 affected cows, 86 aborted without showing other symptoms, 12 had dysentery, 4 had diarrhoea, and 9 showed general malaise.


Accession: 000187609

PMID: 4763778



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