Eimeria-associated pathology in breeding gilts


Fourteenbreedinggiltswere movedfrom a highhealth-status multiplication facility to a dirt lot. Most exhibited diarrhea after four days and one died after seven days. The gilts, from a source herd with no history of coccidial infection, were diagnosed with Eimeria-induced coccidiosis and necrotic enteritis. Eimeria infestation is not typically pathogenic… (More)


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