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The effect of the selection of calves having antibodies against the bovine leukosis virus at the time of birth--progress and results of leukosis prevention in young cattle breeding facilities



The effect of the selection of calves having antibodies against the bovine leukosis virus at the time of birth--progress and results of leukosis prevention in young cattle breeding facilities



Archiv für Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 41(5): 738-742



On intensively managed rearing premises it was advisable to apply the immunodiffusion test to serum from calves before their first suck, and to remove positive calves. A second test was recommended at 2 weeks of age.

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