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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 precious addition to the library of any veterinarian or sheep farmer, this guide covers the fundamentals of sheep medication and construction. Geared at being an on-farm reference, it concisely conveys all the primary info for the therapy of sheep world wide. during this absolutely up to date and revised 7th variation, issues lined comprise replica, vaccination, being pregnant and newborns, lameness, parasites, ailments, neurology and healthiness promotion.

An emphasis on analysis and therapy mixed with brief, simply digestible chapters and step by step diagrams makes this e-book a vital functional advisor to spotting, treating and fighting disorder.

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Feeding blocks and roots may not promote incisor loss, but certainly require healthy teeth. Fasciolosis Fasciolosis, most importantly Fasciola hepatica (liver fluke) infection, is of immense economic importance in sheep throughout the UK and most sheep-producing countries of the world. Some years ago, it was only a major problem in the wetter west of the UK but it is now much more widespread perhaps due to climate change. No effective immu- months when the temperature is above 10°C. In summary, acute disease, associated with migrating immature flukes, is most commonly seen from October to February after a wet summer, and chronic fasciolosis, in which adults are found in the bile ducts, is seen from December to April.

The pathology of infection is essentially a necrotic placentitis so lambs usually The Pregnant Ewe 41 appear fresh and show little or no gross stillbirths occur in all age groups and pathology, although the abdomen is sometimes distended with blood-stained fluid. In addition to aborted fetuses, premature and the following seasons abortions etc. are mainly confined to yearlings and bought-in sheep, since the older ewes will have acquired immunity, which is dependent on infection of membranes. weak live lambs, and even apparently healthy lambs but with infected membranes, are seen.

It is essential, however, to be absolutely certain that Chlamydophila is not also present before recommending this practice. (Mixing ewes that have aborted with Chlamydophila will increase the number of latently infected animals they are infected with Chlamydophila and introduce EAE into the whole flock. An abortion 'storm' is usually not repeated in subsequent seasons and subsequent fertility is good, unless a different pathogen is introduced. At the time of abortions, those ewes yet to lamb should be kept apart from the infected group and spread out, and the possibility of therapy (see specific infections) should be considered.

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