• Incidence of Bovine Enterovirus, Coronavirus, and Group A Rotavirus, and Concentration of Total Coliforms in Midwestern Pasture Streams (Three-year Progress Report)

    McNay Memorial Research and Demonstration Farm

    Incidence of Bovine Enterovirus, Coronavirus, and Group A Rotavirus, and Concentration of Total Coliforms in Midwestern Pasture Streams (Three-year Progress Report)

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Abstract

Grazing management practices that allow cattle to congregate near pasture streams may result in the loss of vegetative cover, soil compaction, and accumulation of manure near the streams. These conditions may cause sediment, phosphorus, and pathogen loading of streams by direct deposition of feces or in precipitation runoff.

Keywords: RFR A9082, Animal Science, Veterinary Diagnostic and Production Animal Medicine

How to Cite:

Bear D. A. & Russell J. R. & Cho Y. & Ensley S. M. & Yoon K., (2010) “Incidence of Bovine Enterovirus, Coronavirus, and Group A Rotavirus, and Concentration of Total Coliforms in Midwestern Pasture Streams (Three-year Progress Report)”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2009(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2010
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