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Veterinary problems of intensive husbandry


, : Veterinary problems of intensive husbandry. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya (5): 65-70

This review lists the following factors which predispose the animals of large units to infectious diseases: environment (particularly microclimate), diet, stock density, husbandry system, breed, state of resistance to disease, and the presence and intensity of various stressors. Important viruses affecting the respiratory, digestive and reproductive organs were IBR herpesvirus, diarrhoea pestivirus, parainfluenza, corona-, reo- and parvoviruses.

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