Clostridial diseases

Clostridial diseases

Bob Larson

Angus Journal

Most bacteria that can cause disease in cattle are fairly fragile. They will be destroyed by sunshine and by hot, dry or cold weather within a few hours or days. This is very fortunate from an animal health standpoint because cattle cannot commonly contract infectious diseases from the environment for more than short periods of time. Rather, they need to have direct contact with infected cattle.

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