Cryptosporidium parvum (C. parvum) is a parasite that commonly infects dairy calves in the first month of life. Infection with C. parvum can lead to calf diarrhea and contribute to reduced average daily gain (ADG) and ultimately reduced milk production. Due to these consequences, it is important to implement hygiene measures aimed at preventing its occurrence on farm.
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How a clean calf hut prevents C. Parvum on dairy farms.
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