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Inclusion body hepatitis in chickens: a disease of recent appearance in Colombia






Revista Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario 19(4): 453-455

Inclusion body hepatitis in chickens: a disease of recent appearance in Colombia

This disease was first diagnosed in Colombia in 1981, in a broiler farm on the north coast. A second outbreak occurred in this farm in 1984. Two other outbreaks have occurred in the same area.


Accession: 001615037



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