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A brief review of bovine coccidiosis in Western Canada

A brief review of bovine coccidiosis in Western Canada

Canadian Veterinary Journal 21(8): 227-230

Coccidiosis of beef cattle, in both its enteric and "nervous" forms, seen in feedlots in western Canada is reviewed. Cases of coccidiosis accompanied by nervous signs, occasionally in up to 30% of those affected enterically, are most common during the coldest winter months.

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