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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Keywords

Western Australia, Dairy cattle, Warts, Eye cancer, Cow disease, Dairy disease, Cattle diseases, Cow wart treatments, Papilloma

First Page Number

129

Last Page Number

130

Abstract

Papilloma or warts are by no means uncommon in dairy cattle in Western Australia. In maturing cows, they usually occur on the udder, while in young stock they may be found on the head, neck, and shoulders. In bad cases, a large proportion of the body area may be covered with the warts, forming large cauliflower- like masses which often bleed easily.

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