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*  Foot rot
... of Cattle Image of a foot with foot rot Foot rot information [1] Information on foot rot in sheep. ... Trench foot Thrush (horse) "Foot Rot & Hoof Rot in Sheep". RaisingSheep.net. Retrieved 4 July 2015. Footrot - Cattle reviewed ... Super foot rot infection occurs much faster and is usually much more severe. Most normal foot rot treatments will not cure this ... This is one of the reasons foot rot is such a major problem in the summer. Foot rot is easily identifiable by its appearance ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Animal: Mammals: Sheep: Conditions and Diseases: Foot Rot
Contagious Foot Rot of Sheep - An Update Foot rot is a serious contagious disease of sheep that has become a common problem in ... Using Aggressive Flock Management to Avoid Foot Problems The author details the steps she has taken to avoid the introduction ... Prevention of footrot is the only practical way of dealing with this problem. ... This disease must be differentiated from other foot problems if it is to be successfully treated. [PDF] ...
*  Compact area group approach
Bud rot disease of Coconut; Foot rot disease of black pepper • Adoption of soil and water conservation technologies under ...
*  Cotswold sheep
Foot rot is very uncommon in this breed. Cotswold rams occasionally have small scurs but they do not have horns. Cotswold sheep ... This can be a problem if overfed and they have only a single lamb at foot, due to pulpy kidney disease, unless preventive ...
*  Henry Riddell (poet)
for an 'Essay on Foot-rot in Sheep.' In 1871, the year after his death, appeared, in two volumes, 'The Poetical Works of Henry ... He once wrote of his early education saying he progressed as much as any other boy "who love the foot-ball better than the ...
*  Trimidox
Other Infections such as, Infectious pododermatitis (foot rot) and septicaemias. In Swine, Trimidox is used to treat: ...
*  Estelle Louise Jensen
Stakman, Louise J. (1923). "Some fungi causing root and foot rots of cereals". Studies in Plant Science. University of ...
*  Ascochyta diseases of pea
Ascochyta foot rot (P. pinodella) The symptoms of P. pinodella are very similar to those caused by M. pinodes, but less severe ... In contrast, the foot rot is usually more severe, oftentimes infecting the stem at the soil line and extending below ground, ... pinodella) causes Ascochyta foot rot, and Ascochyta pisi causes Ascochyta blight and pod spot. Of the three fungi, Ascochyta ... A. pisi rarely attacks the base of the plant or causes foot rot in comparison to M. pinodes and P. pinodella. Certain ...
*  Knee highs
They were to worn for protection in the trenches, preventing foot rot. Many women sent long knitted socks to the troops during ...
*  Cow hoof
Cattle areas should be kept dry, since a hoof kept constantly wet becomes soft and subject to injury and foot rot. Cows should ... A freshly trimmed hoof may be treated with copper sulfate to prevent foot rot. Shearer, Jan K.; Sarel Rens Van Amstel; Adrian ... Gonzalez (2005). Manual of foot care in cattle. Hoard's Dairyman Books. ISBN 9780932147424. ...
*  Agriculture in Sierra Leone
Diseases that effect the sheep and goats include foot rot, internal parasites and heartwater. Agricultural development is a ...
*  Performing Life, Inc
After the attack he contracted foot rot and could not work for several weeks. Many other experiences and stories affected ...
*  Caravan of Courage (TV series)
Andy discovers he has foot rot and Hamish and Andy meet their caravan neighbours. Day 11 - On their eleventh day, Hamish and ...
*  Ethylenediamine dihydroiodide
... administration of EDDI also has preventative effects on foot rot in cattle. Other iodine supplements for animal feed include ... "Efficacy of ethylenediamine dihydriodide as an agent to prevent experimentally induced bovine foot rot". Am. J. Vet. Res. 45 (6 ...
*  Romney sheep
"It is said that foot rot and liver fluke seldom affect Romney Marsh sheep." reads a 1918 American text. A later book is more ... Almost every detailed description of the Romney cites relative resistance to foot rot, an attribute rarely mentioned in ... "Romneys are said to be somewhat resistant to foot rot, liver flukes and other problems that often plague sheep in damp pastures ...
*  Ferret health
Foot rot is normally caused by poor cage hygiene, i.e., excessive feces accumulation. Like many other carnivores, ferrets have ... A common ailment which can be fatal in ferrets is foot rot, a form of fungal infection which attacks the feet and sometimes ...
*  Digital dermatitis
Hairy heel warts Strawberry foot rot Mortellaro disease Italian foot rot Papillomatous digital dermatitis (caused by Treponema ... Digital dermatitis is different from foot rot in cattle and both conditions may occur concurrently. Digital dermatitis ... and some may extend up between the claws or appear on the front of the foot. A scoring system was developed to classify the ...
*  Fusarium culmorum
... foot rot, ear blight, stalk rot, common root rot and other diseases of cereals, grasses, and a wide variety of monocots and ... Fusarium culmorum which causes seedling blight, Fusarium head blight (FHB) as well as foot and root rot (FRR) is considered one ... Adesemoye T., Wegulo S. and Klein R. (2015) Common Root Rot and Fusarium Foot Rot of Wheat. Nebguide. URL: http:// ... causal agent of foot and root rot and head blight on wheat. Mol Plant Pathol.,14(4):323-41. doi: 10.1111/mpp.12011. Wagacha J.M ...
*  Dichelobacter nodosus
It has polar fimbriae and is the causative agent of ovine foot rot as well as interdigital dermatitis. It is the lone species ... Dichelobacter nodosus ATCC 25549 Dichelobacter nodosus VCS1703A "Interdigital Dermatitis (Stable footrot, Slurry heel, Scald) ...
*  Ascochyta pisi
They work by protecting the healthy green plant material, but will not repair plants affected by foot rot. High water volumes ...
*  1909 Western Victorian floods
Large numbers of sheep in the Western District were killed because of foot-rot due to the wet ground. Unusually for floods in ...
*  Goat
Among the conditions affecting goats are respiratory diseases including pneumonia, foot rot, internal parasites, pregnancy ... Goats can become infected with various viral and bacterial diseases, such as foot-and-mouth disease, caprine arthritis ...
*  European mouflon
In unfavourable, humid soil conditions, it is easy for bowel diseases and foot rot to occur, which can be fatal. Because their ...
*  Dairy cattle showmanship
Feet should be trimmed prior to the show date to prevent foot rot and to make the animal's appearance nicer. In the barn at the ...
*  Sheep
Diseases of the hoof, such as foot rot and foot scald may occur, and are treated with footbaths and other remedies. These ... The foot glands might also be related to reproduction, but alternative reasons, such as secretion of a waste product or a scent ... Also of concern are the prion disease scrapie and the virus that causes foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), as both can devastate ...