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Calm cattle have a dark side

Nov 23, 2012
Working in conjunction with the Department of Agriculture and Food and Kylagh Cattle Company, Dr. Peter McGilchrist, a postdoctorate researcher, and Stephanie Coombes, an honors student from Murdoch’s School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, found that calm cattle were not exempt from the issue of dark cutting syndrome.

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