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Prevalence of Mycoplasma and Chlamydia in the nasal flora of dairy calves.
Nasal swabs from dairy calves in 20 selected herds were collected once in each of three sampling periods in one year and cultured for mycoplasmas and chlamydiae. Seventy-seven of 411 calves (19%) andExpand
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Enzootic Ataxia in Louisiana Goat Kids
dence of change in clinical per-deficient animals. This report describes enzootic ataxia status and no changes were seen. At approximately 4 months in 3 goat kids from a small Louisiana goat herd. ofExpand
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Paspalum staggers: isolation and identification of tremorgenic metabolites from sclerotia of Claviceps paspali.
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Copper toxicosis in cattle fed chicken litter.
Cattle from 2 herds developed copper toxicosis after the ingestion of chicken litter. The affected animals were adult Holstein cows and crossbred steers that ate 9 to 16 kg of litter/day. TheseExpand
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Delayed phalaris grass toxicosis in sheep and cattle.
A phalaris grass (Phalaris caroliniana) caused neurologic signs and lesions in cattle and sheep. The sheep were hyperexcitable and uncoordinated, with severe muscle twitching, stiff gait, and headExpand
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Tremorgenic syndromes in livestock.
  • S. S. Nicholson
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Veterinary clinics of North America. Food…
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Grasses that are essential components of livestock grazing programs sometimes are the source of tremorgenic toxicants to the animals consuming them. Morbidity can be high but mortality need not be ifExpand
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Prevalence of bovine herpesvirus-1, bovine viral diarrhea, parainfluenza-3, goat respiratory syncytial, bovine leukemia, and bluetongue viral antibodies in sheep.
Sera from healthy sheep were collected in January and March 1982 from flocks of sheep located in southwestern and southeastern Louisiana. These sera were tested for bovine herpesvirus-1 (BHV-1),Expand
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Brunfelsia pauciflora ("yesterday, to-day and tomorrow") poisoning in a dog.
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Cerebellar disease in an adult cow.
This is the report of clinical signs and lesions of a cerebellar disorder in an adult four year old Limousin cow grazing perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne). The most striking histopathologicalExpand
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Comparison of the toxicities of Senecio jacobaea, Senecio vulgaris and Senecio glabellus in rats.
The toxicity of Senecio jacobaea, S. vulgaris and S. glabellus to rats was assessed in a feeding trial. The plants were of similar toxicity, with a plant dry matter intake of about 20% of initialExpand
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