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Calf pneumonia is a disease of considerable financial significance to the beef industry. Costing of outbreaks has identified that in the average outbreak £22 will be lost per calf at risk. For a group of 100 calves where a quarter of them are treated the total loss will be around £2200. Losses arise from the cost of treatment, reduced weight gain, increased work for those looking after the cattle and most significantly of all from calf deaths. The disease is one of the so-called multifactorial diseases. This means that in addition to the range of infectious micro-organisms that cause the disease, husbandry and management factors have an essential role in precipitating outbreaks. The micro-organisms that cause the disease are by and large to be found in every herd of cattle whether or not pneumonia is a problem. The factors that allow the micro-organisms to cause the disease are those that are under the control of the management or are a result of the husbandry system.
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