Lambs benefit from ewe's vaccination against bluetongue

February 2010
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;2/20/2010, Vol. 166 Issue 8, p223
Academic Journal
The article reports on the benefits received by ewe-born lambs from vaccination against the bluetongue virus, in which they would receive enough antibodies to protect them from the bluetongue disease until 14 weeks of age.


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