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By Agnes C. Winter

ISBN-10: 1845939735

ISBN-13: 9781845939731

ISBN-10: 1845939743

ISBN-13: 9781845939748

A longtime favourite with veterinary and agricultural scholars and a important addition to the library of any veterinarian or sheep farmer, this instruction manual covers the fundamentals of sheep drugs and construction. Geared at being an on-farm reference, it concisely conveys all the basic details for the therapy of sheep all over the world. during this absolutely up to date and revised 7th version, issues coated contain copy, vaccination, being pregnant and newborns, lameness, parasites, illnesses, neurology and future health promotion.

An emphasis on analysis and therapy mixed with brief, simply digestible chapters and step by step diagrams makes this publication a necessary functional consultant to spotting, treating and fighting ailment.

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Clarkson) 35 Chapter 5 36 Fig. 1. Heavily pregnant sheep are often housed for lambing. 111 1,11,11111111111111111111 1111111r1111111111M1111 Fig. 2. This shed holds a large flock of pregnant ewes divided into suitable groups. Advantages March. This is particularly important on wet, heavy land where removing the Housing prevents damage to the pasture sheep in winter results in good grass by the sheep, which otherwise poach land during the wet winter and nibble young grass shoots in February and growth in April when ewes are lactating heavily.

Although snail num- confused with L. truncatula. In the UK, the most important cycle of infection involves the 'summer' infection of bers increased, the number of infected snails was very low and the prevalence of infection in the sheep reduced by about 75%. Chapter 4 32 These months are based on UK conditions but it is easy to extrapolate to conditions in other countries including those in the southern hemisphere by consulting local meteorological information. Although anthelmintic resistance to F.

Ewes with lambing dates of more than 6 weeks apart should not be mixed close to lambing. Intestinal chlamydiae are common in `storms' occur but the incidence of abortions tends to persist for years sheep but the majority of these are unless otherwise controlled. The disease is almost unknown in hill flocks where the management at lambing is less intensive than lowland, whereas it Chlamydophila pecorum. The intestine may also act as a reservoir of the abortion chlamydia, C. abortus, but there is little evidence that clean ewes become infected from these chlamydiae.

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