Brucellosis control: Vaccination of dairy and beef calves proves promising in experiments
W. E. Maderious, Experiment Station, Division of Veterinary Science, Berkeley
Reuben Albaugh, Monterey County
California Agriculture 3(1):7-16. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v003n01p7.
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The incidence of brucellosis—sometimes called Bang's disease and infectious abortion—declined from 20.64% in 1941 to 5.53% in 1947 in an experimental vaccination program with heifer calves in dairy herds in Monterey County.
W. E. Maderious is Junior Veterinarian in the Experiment Station, Division of Veterinary Science, Berkeley. Reuben Albaugh is Assistant Farm Advisor, Monterey County.
The above report summarizes results of a cooperative project of the University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Extension Service, the Monterey County livestock inspector, and cooperating dairymen and cattlemen.