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Hypothesis of infections using reproductive data from dairy cattle herds

Hypothesis of infections using reproductive data from dairy cattle herds

Informatore Agrario 56(46): 37-42

Zootechnical and reproductive data relating to dairy cattle herds in Italy were obtained by questionnaire and used to evaluate the presence of infectious diseases, particularly bovine diarrhoea virus (BDV). The questions included previous knowledge of BDV, clinical and serological testing of animals, reproductive status of animals, status of infected animals, quarantine practices and vaccine use.

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