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foot rot

[′fu̇t ‚rät]
(plant pathology)
Any disease that involves rotting of the stem or trunk of a plant.
(veterinary medicine)
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If left untreated, it is a precursor to Footrot. Cases of Scald are reduced in drier conditions.
WELSH Mountain sheep breeders have been given hope they can eradicate footrot from their flocks.
Murray Bell's animated feature FOOTROT FLATS IS viewed by more than 700,000 New Zealanders.
She checks for signs of pink eye and footrot. Her penetrating eyes move constantly, knowing that the sudden appearance of a snake could spook her horse and leave her sitting on air.
Before they set foot on your place, trim the hooves carefully and, as a precaution, apply a footrot disinfectant.
Was usual meal of glue soup and desiccated chicken on a slurry of vegetables followed by slime pudding, washed down with gallons of Chateau Footrot.
CODD - first identified in 1997 as a condition distinct from footrot - is thought to affect 35%-53% of sheep flocks in the UK.
e ve points comprise: prompt and appropriate treatment of any lame sheep; vaccination biannually with prescription medicine Footvax to reduce footrot lesions and build immunity; culling badly or repeatedly infected sheep; quarantining incoming animals; and avoiding spreading infection when sheep are gathered and handled.
The most common cause of sheep lameness is footrot, a contagious disease that is easily spread through sharing pasture, bedding and handling pens with affected ewes.
A FOUR-year study across 39 UK sheep flocks suggests that a whole flock control programme using vaccines and antibiotics is the best way to treat footrot. Infected sheep should be given an antibiotic injection and walked through a footbath every five days.