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AHVLA Disease Surveillance Report
Schmallenberg virus confirmed in south-east England
  • First UK cases of Schmallenberg virus infection

  • Numerous reports of pneumonia associated with Mannheimia infections in growing calves

  • Reproductive losses in a sow herd due to leptospirosis associated with rodents

  • Marek's disease often involved in backyard flock health problems with multifactorial aetiology

  • Surveillance in UK bats for evidence of Geomyces destructans, the cause of white nose syndrome

These are among matters discussed in the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency's (AHVLA's) disease surveillance report for January

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