Compliance of Victorian dairy farmers with current calf rearing recommendations for control of Johne's disease.

@article{Wraight2000ComplianceOV,
  title={Compliance of Victorian dairy farmers with current calf rearing recommendations for control of Johne's disease.},
  author={M D Wraight and John McNeil and D S Beggs and Robert K Greenall and T B Humphris and Robert J Irwin and S P Jagoe and A Jemmeson and Will Morgan and P B Brightling and G. A. Anderson and Peter D Mansell},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={77 3-4},
  pages={429-42}
}
Questionnaires were posted to 800 randomly selected registered Victorian dairy farmers in 1996. Five hundred and thirty-four responses were received and analysed. Johne's disease (JD) had been diagnosed on the farm of 13.2% of respondents in the last 5 years. JD was rated second only to neonatal diarrhoea in importance as a disease of calves, even though other diseases occurred more frequently. However, there was a low level of compliance with JD control recommendations by the respondents… CONTINUE READING

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