Transmission of bovine coronavirus and serologic responses in feedlot calves under field conditions.

@article{Thomas2006TransmissionOB,
  title={Transmission of bovine coronavirus and serologic responses in feedlot calves under field conditions.},
  author={Christopher J Thomas and Armando E. Hoet and Srinand Sreevatsan and Thomas E Wittum and Robert E. Briggs and Glenn C Duff and Linda J. Saif},
  journal={American journal of veterinary research},
  year={2006},
  volume={67 8},
  pages={
          1412-20
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To compare shedding patterns and serologic responses to bovine coronavirus (BCV) in feedlot calves shipped from a single ranch in New Mexico (NM calves) versus calves assembled from local sale barns in Arkansas (AR calves) and to evaluate the role of BCV on disease and performance. ANIMALS 103 feedlot calves from New Mexico and 100 from Arkansas. PROCEDURES Calves were studied from before shipping to 35 days after arrival at the feedlot. Nasal swab specimens, fecal samples, and… CONTINUE READING

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