Enteric Diseases in Cattle News

News published on September 23, 2016:
The 7th International Conference on Colonic Spirochaetal Infections in Animals and Humans will be held in Hannover, Germany, on October 6-7. The Leonardo Hotel will be the venue for this conference. Program W...
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http://www.tiho-hannover.de/kliniken-institute/institute/institut-fuer-mikrobiologie/spirochaetal-conference/
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News published on November 22, 2012:
A strain of salmonella that has encroached on cattle populations in the Northeast is now easier to detect, thanks to a new test offered by the state Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell University’s...
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The Ithaca Journal
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News published on June 6, 2008:
Young calves face many challenges as they grow towards adulthood. A young calf can look good during the morning feeding, not look well at noon, and be dead before the end of the day. What is the most common rea...
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University of Minnesota Dairy Extension
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News published on January 29, 2008:
Blackleg is a peracute, non-contagious, and highly fatal (nearly 100%) disease of skeletal and heart muscle of cattle.  It is mainly seen in cattle from 6 months to 2 years of age.It infrequently affects c...
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University of Florida / IFAS
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News published on December 12, 2007:
A Cornell University study sheds light on the risk of clinical salmonellosis in northeast dairy herds. The study, directed by Lorin Warnick, veterinarian and epidemiologist at Cornell University, followed over ...
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Dairy Herd
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News published on October 14, 2004:
An outbreak of salmonella has closed part of Fonterra's Hautapu dairy factory for two weeks and seen an entire day's production of milk protein concentrate placed in quarantine. The concentrate is used in t...
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The New Zealand Herald
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News published on October 1, 2004:
Anyone who purchased Chef's Review nonfat dry milk sold in five-pound bags at Smart & Final stores should not use the milk, because it may be contaminated with the harmful bacteria salmonella, the state Departm...
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Tri-Valley Herald
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News published on May 12, 2004:
Spring is the busiest time for Arkansas' 33,000 beef cattle producers. The majority of calves are born in the spring, which means cattle producers should gather the cow herd to vaccinate the calves. The most im...
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The Baxter Bulletin
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