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Tick borne fever in association with mucosal disease and cobalt deficiency in calves
  1. A Greig,
  2. NS Macleod and
  3. CJ Allison

Abstract

Tick borne fever is considered to have played a major role in a complex disease syndrome involving mucosal disease and cobalt deficiency in a group of young calves reared on an upland farm in South West Scotland. Anaemia, illthrift, coat colour changes and scour were the main clinical signs.

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