Vet's Perspective

Jan 4, 2014
The disease can be easily transferred into a herd via new animals, especially when multiple sources of new herd mates are involved. The transfer of bacteria results from breathing in aerosols, contaminated food and water, and from drinking raw milk—colostrum for neonates in particular.

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