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SAC VETERINARY SERVICES
Salmonella Dublin increases in Scottish cattle in September

Abstract

  • Salmonella Dublin commonly diagnosed in cattle

  • Dictyocaulus viviparus (lungworm) infection in young cattle

  • Nutritional myopathy (white muscle disease) in calves

  • Acute fasciolosis in sheep

  • Systemic pasteurellosis in lambs

  • Louping ill in lambs

  • Border disease in sheep

– These are among matters discussed in the disease surveillance report for September from Scottish Agricultural College Veterinary Services (SAC VS)

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    Footnotes

    • • This summary is produced by SAC Veterinary Services and is based on reports from its centres in Edinburgh, Perth, St Boswells, Ayr (Auchincruive), Dumfries, Aberdeen, Inverness and Thurso

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