Impact of lameness and claw lesions in cows on health and production
Huxley, J.N. (2013) Impact of lameness and claw lesions in cows on health and production. Livestock Science, 156 (1-3). pp. 64-70. ISSN 1871-1413
Lameness is one of the most important endemic diseases of cattle, particularly in the dairy sector. It has a significant impact on health and welfare and leads to a range of production losses. This article reviews the English language peer reviewed literature on the impacts of lameness in cattle on measures of health and production.
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