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There is limited knowledge of the true prevalence and distribution of coxiellosis in dairy and beef cattle populations in Australia. For this to occur, apparent prevalence estimates need to be reliably adjusted, accounting for diagnostic sensitivity (DSe) and diagnostic specificity (DSp) of the...

Author(s)
Wood, C.; Muleme, M.; Tan, T.; Bosward, K.; Gibson, J.; Alawneh, J.; McGowan, M.; Barnes, T. S.; Stenos, J.; Perkins, N.; Firestone, S. M.; Tozer, S.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2019, 169, pp 104698
Abstract

During the transition from late gestation to early lactation, dairy cattle are at increased risk for disease. Herd-level monitoring for disease risk involves evaluating multiple factors, including food intake, cow density, and biomarkers of nutrient metabolism. Biomarkers that are measured include...

Author(s)
Wisnieski, L.; Norby, B.; Pierce, S. J.; Becker, T.; Gandy, J. C.; Sordillo, L. M.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2019, 169, pp 104701
Abstract

Dairy cattle experience metabolic stress during the transition from late gestation to early lactation resulting in higher risk for several economically important diseases (e.g. mastitis, metritis, and ketosis). Metabolic stress is described as a physiological state composed of 3 processes: nutrient ...

Author(s)
Wisnieski, L.; Norby, B.; Pierce, S. J.; Becker, T.; Gandy, J. C.; Sordillo, L. M.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2019, 169, pp 104692
Abstract

Objective - To develop a mathematical model to simulate infection dynamics of Mycobacterium bovis in cattle herds in the United States and predict efficacy of the current national control strategy for tuberculosis in cattle. Design - Stochastic simulation model. Sample - Theoretical cattle herds in ...

Author(s)
Smith, R. L.; Schukken, Y. H.; Lu, Z.; Mitchell, R. M.; Grohn, Y. T.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2013, 243, 3, pp 411-423
Abstract

Mastitis is the most prevalent production disease in dairy herds worldwide and is considered to be the most economically important disease of dairy cattle. Modeling the risk of cows contracting mastitis is therefore of great interest for both targeting prevention programs and evaluating treatment...

Author(s)
Schukken, Y. H.; Bar, D.; Hertl, J.; Gröhn, Y. T.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2010, 97, 3/4, pp 150-156
Abstract

Objective: To estimate the relative risk of paratuberculosis (Johne's disease [JD]) in calves fed a plasma-derived colostrum-replacement (CR) product versus raw bovine maternal colostrum (MC). Study Design: Randomized controlled clinical trial. Animals: 497 heifer calves born in 12 JD-endemic...

Author(s)
Pithua, P.; Godden, S. M.; Wells, S. J.; Oakes, M. J.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2009, 234, 9, pp 1167-1176
Abstract

The routine inoculation of animals with BCG vaccine, as prepared in the New York City Department of Health Research Laboratories, has never resulted in the production of progressive lesions. In this article, experiments are described which aimed at the development of a virulent substrain. The four...

Author(s)
Behner; Dorothy M.
Citation
American Review of Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Diseases, 1935, 31, pp 174-202
Abstract

The authors here report 10 cases of coccidioidal granuloma in cattle in Southern California. Most of the human cases recorded have also been found in this state.
The causal organism is a fungus, Coccidioides immitis; it grows readily on common culture media and in body tissues and it occurs in pus...

Author(s)
Beck, M. D.; Traum, J.; Harrington, E. S.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1931, 78, pp 490-499
Abstract

The number of cases of undulant fever due to the porcine strain of Er. abortus appears to be increasing. In one investigation in the United States of America the organism was isolated from ten cases out of 20, while HUDDLESON, in his researches on the identification of types of brucella, found the...

Author(s)
Antunes, A.; Carneiro, V.
Citation
Rev. Soc. paul Med. vet., 1933, 3, pp 107-119
Abstract

Towards the middle of the construction period of the Panama Canal the Hospital at Ancon organized a dairy and stocked it with animals from the United States, chiefly from the Gulf coast region. A number of pigs and a considerable number of chickens were also imported and subsequently the enterprise ...

Author(s)
Clark, H. C.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1918, 22, 2, pp 159-168

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