Germany: livestock disease hemorrhagic sepsis is spreading

In northern Germany the game and livestock disease hemorrhagic sepsis is spreading. The disease is susceptible to domestic and wild ruminants (cattle, buffalo, goats, sheep, deer) and also to pigs. The disease can cause death after two days. The disease is caused by certain types of the bacterium Pasteurella multocida. Asymptomatically infected or sick wildlife, including wolves, are considered as possible source of infection

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