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Risk Factors for Dystocia in Cattle

by Scott Norman 1,2
Kallangur Veterinary Surgery, Kallangur, QLD 4503, Australia
Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga 2650, Australia
Presented at the third International Tropical Agriculture Conference (TROPAG 2019), Brisbane, Australia, 11–13 November 2019.
Proceedings 2019, 36(1), 128;
Published: 17 March 2020
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The understanding and classification of the general causes of dystocia in cattle has changed little [...]
Keywords: dystocia risk; dystocia management; dystocia aetiology dystocia risk; dystocia management; dystocia aetiology
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Norman, S. Risk Factors for Dystocia in Cattle. Proceedings 2019, 36, 128.

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