THIS is the second of two articles on abortion in sheep. Part 1 discussed the investigation of abortion outbreaks and reviewed the three most common infectious causes of ovine abortion in the UK, namely, Chlamydophila abortus (the agent of enzootic abortion of ewes), Toxoplasma gondii and Campylobacter species (In Practice, January 2007, volume 29, pp 40–46). This article focuses on other common infectious causes of abortion in sheep, as well as exotic diseases that could pose an abortion risk to UK flocks.
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