What is Winter Dysentery
Winter dysentery is an infectious disease that affects all ages of cattle. It is extremely infectious with up to 100% of cattle being affected, but death is very rare. Its cause is unknown but a coronavirus is the current favourite.
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What is necrotic enteritis?
Necrotic enteritis is a disease of unknown cause, seen in spring-born suckled calves at grass. These calves are usually between 6 and 16 weeks of age.
Clinical Signs Diarrhoea often with blood and mucous Inappetance, lethargy, Loss of condition, dehydration Ulcers may be present on lips, gums or tongue Death . . . → Read More: Necrotic Enteritis in Cattle