AAEP 2002: Prevention and Control of Pneumonia Caused by Rhodococcus equi

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Pneumonia caused by the bacteria Rhodococcus equi is an often-fatal disease that can be difficult to eradicate from affected farms. “The impact of this disease can be large because prevalence and case-fatality rates are often high; treatment is prolonged, expensive, associated with adverse effects, and not uniformly successful; the disease may diminish future performance; and farms

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