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PASTEURELLA EPIDEMIOLOGY EFFECT OF THE AGE OF WBANLING RABBITS

@inproceedings{Patrcia2017PASTEURELLAEE,
  title={PASTEURELLA EPIDEMIOLOGY EFFECT OF THE AGE OF WBANLING RABBITS},
  author={Patr{\'i}cia and RIDEAUD and Pierre and Coudert},
  year={2017}
}
Systematic necroscopic research carried out on female breeders has shown that more than 50 % of them are affected by Pasteure11a otitis even when there are no obvious symptoms (1 and 2), in practice the frequency would appear to be even higher (2). Since the does were often infected, we sought to find out at what age young rabbits become Pasteurella carriers. The aim was to precise when and how the rabbits spread infection, with a view to establishing prophylactic methods of eradication. 
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