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Study of listeriosis. Listeriosis as a 'nutritional' disease. Relationship between feeding with silage and listeriosis in sheep.



Study of listeriosis. Listeriosis as a 'nutritional' disease. Relationship between feeding with silage and listeriosis in sheep.



Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 123(1): 61-70



Outbreaks of listeriosis were diagnosed in two flocks of sheep, both of which had been fed with maize silage. Of the first flock of 320 ewes, 12 died with symptoms of meningoencephalitis, but no cases occurred when silage was omitted from the feed. Six more cases occurred when silage feeding was resumed the following year. In the other outbreak, over 20 sheep died, in spite of treatment with antibiotics of sulphonamides. Again, feeding with contaminated maize silage was incriminated.

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