Herd management practices and the transmission of Johne's disease within infected dairy herds in Victoria, Australia.

@article{Ridge2010HerdMP,
  title={Herd management practices and the transmission of Johne's disease within infected dairy herds in Victoria, Australia.},
  author={S E Ridge and C Heuer and Naomi Cogger and Ansgar Heck and Stephanie Moor and Ian Baker and Sophie Vaughan},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={95 3-4},
  pages={186-97}
}
A retrospective cohort study involving 137 dairy herds randomly selected from all 390 participating in the Victorian Test and Control Program for bovine Johne's disease was undertaken to gain insight into the relationships between calf rearing practices and the occurrence of bovine Johne's disease on infected dairy farms. Each study farm was visited between July 2005 and January 2006 and a structured survey examining herd management and calf rearing practices was completed. The resultant data… CONTINUE READING

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