Brief communication communication brève clostridial abomasal disease in connecticut dairy calves

Herbert J. Van Kruiningen, Carol A Nyaoke, Inga F. Sidor, Jaroslaw J. Fabis, Lynn S. Hinckley, Kevin A. Lindell

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Abstract

Over 2 years, 24 dairy calves died of emphysematous abomasitis and abomasal bloat. Anaerobic cultures of necrotic abomasal mucosa yielded Clostridium perfringens from 10 of 15 calves. Sarcina were observed in 17 of 22 examined histologically. A change in the antibiotic regimen for newborns and improved sanitizing of feeding utensils eliminated further losses.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)857-860
Number of pages4
JournalCanadian Veterinary Journal
Volume50
Issue number8
StatePublished - Aug 2009
Externally publishedYes

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Sarcina
bloat
sanitizing
Clostridium perfringens
dairy calves
animal communication
mucosa
neonates
Mucous Membrane
antibiotics
calves
Anti-Bacterial Agents

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Van Kruiningen, H. J., Nyaoke, C. A., Sidor, I. F., Fabis, J. J., Hinckley, L. S., & Lindell, K. A. (2009). Brief communication communication brève clostridial abomasal disease in connecticut dairy calves. Canadian Veterinary Journal, 50(8), 857-860.

Brief communication communication brève clostridial abomasal disease in connecticut dairy calves. / Van Kruiningen, Herbert J.; Nyaoke, Carol A; Sidor, Inga F.; Fabis, Jaroslaw J.; Hinckley, Lynn S.; Lindell, Kevin A.

In: Canadian Veterinary Journal, Vol. 50, No. 8, 08.2009, p. 857-860.

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Van Kruiningen, HJ, Nyaoke, CA, Sidor, IF, Fabis, JJ, Hinckley, LS & Lindell, KA 2009, 'Brief communication communication brève clostridial abomasal disease in connecticut dairy calves', Canadian Veterinary Journal, vol. 50, no. 8, pp. 857-860.
Van Kruiningen HJ, Nyaoke CA, Sidor IF, Fabis JJ, Hinckley LS, Lindell KA. Brief communication communication brève clostridial abomasal disease in connecticut dairy calves. Canadian Veterinary Journal. 2009 Aug;50(8):857-860.
Van Kruiningen, Herbert J. ; Nyaoke, Carol A ; Sidor, Inga F. ; Fabis, Jaroslaw J. ; Hinckley, Lynn S. ; Lindell, Kevin A. / Brief communication communication brève clostridial abomasal disease in connecticut dairy calves. In: Canadian Veterinary Journal. 2009 ; Vol. 50, No. 8. pp. 857-860.
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