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Control of vibriosis in cattle by vaccination (with an inactivated Campylobacter fetus vaccine)

Control of vibriosis in cattle by vaccination (with an inactivated Campylobacter fetus vaccine)

Arquivos da Escola de Veterinaria da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais 32(2): 259-264

Two herds are described, one with 120 cows and two bulls, and the other with 170 cows and eight bulls. Both herds had problems of repeat breeding and abortion, associated with vibriosis. For the first herd, a formol-inactivated vaccine prepared from Campylobacter fetus venerealis and C. fetus intestinalis strains was used, and for the second a commercial vaccine.

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