Prevalence of bovine venereal disease in the Victoria River District of the Northern Territory: likely economic effects and practicable control measures.

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Area prevalences of bovine Campylobacteriosis and Trichomoniasis in the Victoria River District (VRD) of the Northern Territory were determined by a survey of bulls. Eighty-seven percent of herds were infected with Campylobacteriosis and 65.6 percent were infected with Trichomoniasis. The levels of infection recorded are likely to be causing significant… (More)

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