Teagasc: New veterinary animal health research programme

Mee, John; McCoy, Finola; Sayers, Riona; O'Brien, Bernadette
September 2008
Irish Veterinary Journal;Sep2008, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p581
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the new heard research projects at the Teagasc Dairy Production Research Center in Ireland. The project will address the knowledge gaps constraining progress towards better understanding and control of the infectious diseases, including bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD), Johne's disease and salmonellosis. The project is headed by veterinarians Riona Sayers and Finola McCoy, who will be focusing on mastitis and milk quality issues and the infectious disease.


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