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Leptospirosis

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Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis refers to the disease caused by Leptospira bacteria. It is a contagious disease that affects cattle productivity and can cause illness in humans. Leptospira bacteria are found all over the world. The source of the bacteria on a farm is often urine from infected animal(s) (such as cattle, sheep or rats) or a contaminated water source.

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