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Bovine mastitis






Mastity korov: 256

Bovine mastitis

The previous edition of this Russian book was produced in 1972 by the second author. There is brief reference to a National Mastitis Control Scheme, being prepared for introduction in the USSR. Most of the book is devoted to diagnosis and prophylaxis.


Accession: 001767119

DOI: 10.2105/ajph.37.6.771-a



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