Control policy for Johne's disease

October 2002
Farmers Weekly;10/11/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 15, p47
Trade Publication
Discusses the infection rate of Johne's disease in a cattle herd without control policy in Great Britain, according to veterinary researcher Kenton Morgan of the Liverpool University in England. Warning about the limitation of vaccination; Time factor in infection; Breeds that are more likely to be infected.


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