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Use of vaccines to control respiratory diseases of pigs in an intensive pig production unit

Use of vaccines to control respiratory diseases of pigs in an intensive pig production unit

Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 44(8): 323-326

Good results are reported in the control of atrophic rhinitis and pneumonia in a 2000-sow breeding unit with a Bordetella adsorbed vaccine and a Pasteurella adsorbed vaccine.

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