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Haemorrhagic syndrome of cattle of suspected mycotoxic origin
  1. DA Dyson and
  2. JB Reed


An outbreak of disease characterised by haemorrhages, anaemia, leucopenia, thrombocytopenia, skin lesions, degenerative and inflammatory tissue changes and death was investigated in herd of dairy cows. A tentative diagnosis based on circumstantial evidence was of mycotoxicosis arising from the feeding of mouldy barley.

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