Polioencephalomalacia in Iowa Cattle

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1961
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Neal, F.
Ramsey, F.
Preston, Kenneth
Creel, Robert
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Polioencephalomalacia is an acute or subacute disease of cattle and sheep characterized by bilaterial blindness without visible eye lesions and by other symptoms of a central nervous system disorder. This disease has been called "forage poisoning" in Colorado and "blind staggers" in Wyoming.

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