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After almost five months of grazing relatively bare permanent pastures, a group of 11 clinically normal beef cows and heifers and their calves were introduced to a very lush, parasite-free field of new grass. Ten of the adult cattle developed mild transient respiratory signs after 3-11 days. The...

Selman, I. E.; Breeze, R. G.; Bogan, J. A.; Wiseman, A.; Pirie, H. M.
Veterinary Record, 1977, 101, 14, pp 278-283

Fog fever was produced in 11 adult beef cattle by introducing them to a lush pasture proven to be free of Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae. The aetiology of the condition is discussed and the finding of 3-methyl indole in rumen liquor is reported.

Selman, I. E.; Wiseman, A.; Breeze, R. G.; Pirie, H. M.; Bogan, J. A.
Societe Francaise de Buiatrie., Boigneville, France
9e Congres International sur les maladies du betail, 6-9 Septembre, 1976, Paris. Rapports et Resumes. Tome 2., 1976, pp 459-465