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Epizootic characteristics of mixed respiratory infections in calves on cattle fattening farms

Epizootic characteristics of mixed respiratory infections in calves on cattle fattening farms

Proceedings of the XIIth World Congress on Diseases of Cattle September 7-10-1982 Internationaal Congrescentrum RAI Amsterdam the Netherlands World Association for Buiatrics

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