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Demodectic mange in cattle. Clinical observations on dairy farms in Venezia province

, : Demodectic mange in cattle. Clinical observations on dairy farms in Venezia province. Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari 15(9): 37-41

Demodectic modules were found in the skin of a bull in June, 1991. No other animals in the same farm were found to be affected over the following 2 years.

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