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with a embolectomy catheter and videogastroscope. Approximately 30 hours after this, a second thrombus was removed from the trachea. See PAGE 758 Comparison of four methods to assess colostral IgG concentration in dairy cows Currently, the

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.3 to 77 months after surgery), and 4 died of unrelated causes. See page 95 Colostrum feeding by nipple bottle versus oroesophageal tubing in Holstein dairy bull calves Potential advantages and disadvantages of feeding calves colostrum with

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goat kids Goat kids depend on the passive transfer of colostral IgG to provide humoral immunity during the neonatal period. The effect of passive transfer status (determined by measuring serum IgG concentration 24 hours after parturition) on

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homology of a region of the viral genome recovered from infected crias. Feeding supplemental colostrum was associated with herd seropositivity. Findings suggested that BVDV infection was common among US alpaca herds and highlighted the importance of

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colostrum were assigned to an unvaccinated control group, a group that received intranasal vaccination on day 0, or a group that received intranasal vaccination on days 0 and 35. Titers of antibodies specific for bovine herpesvirus 1, bovine viral diarrhea

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