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Mycotic omasitis causes further losses in cattle in October


  • Mycotic omasitis in cows associated with the feeding of whole-crop wheat

  • Widespread reports of lungworm in cattle

  • Acorns causing poisoning in cattle and sheep

  • Parasitic gastroenteritis, including nematodirosis and haemonchosis, causing losses in lambs and adult sheep

  • Outbreaks of Pasteurella trehalosi septicaemia in lambs

  • Further outbreak of fowl typhoid investigated

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

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