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Managing Common Bird Challenges on Dairy and Livestock Operations - AS1758
This publication is intended to summarize the most common methods that producers can use and is not intended to be your only source of reference. We have mentioned several products for discussion and example, but we do not endorse any one product or method.
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Cryptosporidiosis - V1212
Cryptosporidiosis is a parasitic infection of human and animal importance. The organism can affect the epithelial cells of the human and animal gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts. Many different species of animals, including poultry, fish, reptiles, and small and large mammals, can act as reservoirs for and become infected with Crytposporidium spp.
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West Nile Fever - V1235
West Nile fever, which is caused by the West Nile virus (WNV), is a viral disease seen primarily in birds, horses and people. The virus circulates in nature between mosquito vectors and bird reservoir hosts, with humans and horses as accidental or dead-end hosts.
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Encephalitis Virus Infections - V1677
Arboviral infections are zoonotic (transmissible between animals and humans).
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Borreliosis (Lyme disease) - V1694
Borreliosis (Lyme disease) is the most commonly reported vector-borne (insect-transmitted) disease in the U.S. In this country, it is found primarily in the Northeast, upper Midwest and northern California. Boreliosis is caused by a spiral bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi, that is found in a variety of reservoir hosts (birds, small and medium-sized mammals). Humans are infected by a tick bite.
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