Prevalence of Lesions Associated with Subclinical Laminitis in Dairy Cattle

@inproceedings{Sagliyan2011PrevalenceOL,
  title={Prevalence of Lesions Associated with Subclinical Laminitis in Dairy Cattle},
  author={Sagliyan},
  year={2011}
}
  • Sagliyan
  • Published 2011
Lameness is an important cause of reduced animal welfare and has been shown to cause substantial economical losses in dairy and beef-cattle herds. Lameness is perhaps one of the most important diseases of the modern dairy cow. Laminitis is a diffuse aseptic inflammation of the laminar corium of the hoof wall and, in the bovine definition, also includes the sole corium. There are various forms of laminitis: subclinical, acute or subacute, and chronic. Subclinical laminitis is the most common… CONTINUE READING