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Studies on abomasal ulcers in calves fattened on a milk substitute and in calves fed an early-weaning ration.



Studies on abomasal ulcers in calves fattened on a milk substitute and in calves fed an early-weaning ration.



Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 18A(Heft 6): 481-498



Of 199 fattening calves fed on milk substitute, half were allowed straw and half were not; another 25 calves were fed an early-weaning ration. In the pyloric area, erosions and ulcers were found in 95% of the fattening calves and 20% of the early-weaned calves. The average number of lesions was 6.1 in calves on straw, 3.9 in calves not allowed straw, and 2.6 in early-weaned calves.

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