Veterinary Record 163:171-174 doi:10.1136/vr.163.6.171

Johne's disease continues to be the most common cause of bovine enteric disease


  • Bovine babesiosis associated with abortion and red-water

  • Johne's disease the commonest cause of enteric disease in adult cattle

  • Outbreaks of husk (dictyocaulosis) in cattle

  • Nematodirosis cases in sheep continue into June

  • Severe chorioptic mange outbreak in a milking goat herd

  • Ventral rupture in Texel cross ewes

  • Mycobacterium bovis infection in a farm cat

  • Pasteurellosis in a water vole

— These are among matters discussed in the Veterinary Laboratories Agency's (vla's) disease surveillance report for England and Wales for June

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