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Crooked calf disease

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Carl W. Rimbey

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California Agriculture 23(5):7-8.

Published May 01, 1969

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Abstract

CROOKED CALF DISEASE has been a problem in the northeast mountain counties of California for many years. Calves are born with this malady and it is demonstrated by malformations of bones in the animal which have a severe to slight crippling effect. Calves may have twisted backs or necks, twisted or bowed legs, cleft palates or combinations of all of these effects.

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Cooperators and contributors to this information include: Reuben Albaugh, Extension Animal Scientist; Kenneth Wagnon, Livestock Specialist, Department of Animal Science; Robert Bushnell, Extension Animal Health Scientist, University of California, Davis; and Ted Ramelli, Plumas County rancher.

Crooked calf disease

Carl W. Rimbey
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Crooked calf disease

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Authors

Carl W. Rimbey

Publication Information

California Agriculture 23(5):7-8.

Published May 01, 1969

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

CROOKED CALF DISEASE has been a problem in the northeast mountain counties of California for many years. Calves are born with this malady and it is demonstrated by malformations of bones in the animal which have a severe to slight crippling effect. Calves may have twisted backs or necks, twisted or bowed legs, cleft palates or combinations of all of these effects.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Cooperators and contributors to this information include: Reuben Albaugh, Extension Animal Scientist; Kenneth Wagnon, Livestock Specialist, Department of Animal Science; Robert Bushnell, Extension Animal Health Scientist, University of California, Davis; and Ted Ramelli, Plumas County rancher.


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