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Detection of rotavirus and coronavirus shedding in two beef cow herds in Idaho

Detection of rotavirus and coronavirus shedding in two beef cow herds in Idaho

Canadian Veterinary Journal 30(3): 235-239

Faecal samples were taken at the time of pregnancy testing and at parturition from two beef herds, one of 200 cows and 30 heifers, and the other of 117 cows and 36 heifers. They were also taken from sick calves at the onset of disease, and from 25% of the healthy calves at 15 days of age. All faecal samples were examined by electron microscopy for viruses. Four cows in herd A were detected excreting coronavirus, one at the time of the pregnancy examinations and three at parturition.

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