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Effect of immunizing pregnant cows with inactivated rotavirus vaccine on the colostral immunity of their calves



Effect of immunizing pregnant cows with inactivated rotavirus vaccine on the colostral immunity of their calves



Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 63: 61-64



Tests on colostrum and calves from 389 cows, 287 of which were immunized against rotavirus during pregnancy, confirmed the value of this form of immunization.

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