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Bovine spongiform encephalopathy: the prion
Bull: lack of libido
Cold cow syndrome
Cold stress: calves
Housing cows: dairy
Ketosis and fatty liver
Neonatal septicemia and meningitis
The oestrus cycle
Cattle behavior: table of behaviors
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Antibiotic selection for UK/European farms
Papilloma virus: autogenous vaccine in-house production
Intussusception 05: surgically corrected
Intussusception 04: edematous bowel
Intussusception 03: milking the intussusception
Intussusception 02: exploratory surgery
Intussusception 01: pre-operative
Oak poisoning 02
Oak poisoning 01
Skin flap: tension relieving incisions 02
Skin flap: tension relieving incisions 01
Single pedicle flap altered to H-plasty
H-plasty advancement flaps
Skin flap techniques
Dehorning: surgical diagram
H-plasty after closure
H-plasty advancement flap: diagram
Single pedicle advancement flap: diagram
Z-plasty technique: diagram
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