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Facial eczema risk eases for cows

WHILE several Gippsland dairy farms in Victoria still have a high spore count, Dairy Australia says the risk of facial eczema to cows is easing and preventative zinc treatment can be phased out.

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Facial eczema risk eases for cows

Dairy Australia's Feed2Milk program leader Steve Little said conditions had eased in the past four weeks with cold nights meaning the risk of outbreaks was lowered. He said the risk of facial eczema was...

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