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Mycoplasma bovis – a personal US experience, Sue Macky

In the 1970’s in mid-west US, most cows were kept in tie stall barns where physical contact between cows and the spread of M bovis were very limited.  The death rate of young calves was reduced with the move to individual hutches and no physical contact, and pasteurising milk.  In the 1980’s if mastitis didn’t

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