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Preventing coccidiosis in cattle

A serious parasitic infection
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Preventing coccidiosis in cattle

If your cattle are not eating well and have bloody stools they may have coccidiosis.Coccidiosis is a common parasitic infection, especially in calves under one-year of age. It must be managed or you risk losing your calves.

Radio interview source: Dr. James Hawkins, Veterinarian, Merial

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