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Abortion associated with Brucella abortus (Biotype 1) in the T.B. mare

, : Abortion associated with Brucella abortus (Biotype 1) in the T.B. mare. Veterinary Record 92(18): 480-481

In an accredited beef suckler herd, 28 out of 30 breeding cows became positive to brucellosis tests over a five-month period. They were immediately slaughtered, and pasture contaminated by aborting animals was burned over. However, out of four brood mares, occasionally grazing fields adjacent to the cattle, one aborted at six months, and another is showing a suspicious rise in antibody titre.


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