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oa Ubisi Mail - Protect against Tetanus

Volume 3, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1815-1582

 

Abstract

The wounds left by castration and docking are the most common areas in which the bacteria multiply. The bacteria may also contaminate and infect the navel. The use of rubber bands for docking is particularly dangerous and must be avoided with lambs not protected against tetanus. These bands cause dead skin, which creates ideal conditions for the bacteria to multiply. Animal and financial losses can be caused through this procedure.

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2007-03-01
2020-11-25

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