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Inherited developmental defects in cattle

Inherited developmental defects in cattle

Proc. 92nd Ann. Meet. Amer. vet. med. Ass. 1956. 49-53

This paper deals with 4 hereditary defects of cattle, viz., congenital cataract in Jersey cattle; umbilical hernia in the Holstein-Friesian breed; dwarfism in Hereford cattle; and the so-called "baldy calves" in the Holstein-Friesian breed. This last condition is characterized by: _ scaliness and thickening of the skin--alopecia, skin lesions on the head, failure to develop horns, salivation and lameness due to stiff joints and overgrown hooves.

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