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Fungal poisoning in milch cows. Toxicity due to wild barley smut

, : Fungal poisoning in milch cows. Toxicity due to wild barley smut. Revista de Medicina Veterinaria 55(5): 425-428

A case of poisoning in a herd of cows grazing on Bromus uniolioides infected by Ustilago bullata is reported. Five cows died.


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