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Theileria (Ikeda) associated bovine anaemia in a West Coast dairy farm

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posted on 2023-05-03, 13:00 authored by Andrew McFadden, Allen HeathAllen Heath, Rob Fairley, Peter Trolove, David Pulford
Theileria orientalis (Ikeda)-associated bovine anaemia (TABA) has been confirmed in a 188-cow dairy herd on the West Coast of the South Island. The outbreak on the West Coast marks an extension of the TABA epidemic into the South Island. We conclude that a small, patchy, local population of ticks (either in Canterbury or on the West Coast) infected with Ikeda transmitted infection to this herd.

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New Zealand Veterinary Association

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New Zealand Veterinary Association

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Vetscript

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1176-9823

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McFadden A., Heath A., Fairley R., Trolove P., & Pulford D. (2015). Theileria in a West Coast dairy herd. Vetscript, 28(1), 28-30.

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