Randomised sanitary status of argentinean rabbitry

 P. Martino, S. Samus, M. Piscopo, M. Risso, R. Lacchini

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A short description of sanitary problems among argentinean rabbit farms (25 familiar and 41 commercial units), is presented. This randomized survey was compiled with information provided over the last 5 years by diverse diagnostic laboratories, centres and private farmers engaged in this activity. Toe pathological findings in the 426 autopsied animals, are similar to those described in the literature. Classical digestive and respiratory infections accounted for the most important causes of death: 43,2 and 25,8 %, respectively.


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