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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Article Title

Vibriosis

Authors

F C. Wilkinson

Keywords

Dairy cattle, Campylobacter fetus, Zoonosis, Western Australia

First Page Number

393

Last Page Number

394

Abstract

AN all-too-common problem on dairy farms is the failure of cows to conceive at times which will ensure their calves being born at the desired season—when the cows can take full advantage of the flush of green feed or, in the case of wholemilk producers, at a time when the milk is most needed to maintain their quotas.

There are of course many causes of sterility in cattle but in a survey carried out by veterinarians D. Roberts and M. Sier in 1957, it was shown that vibriosis was the main cause in 75 per cent of the herds investigated.

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