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Department of Veterinary Sciences|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Tritrhicomonas Foetus Infertility & Abortion in Range Cattle

Tritrichomonas foetus is an important, venerially transmitted cause of abortion in range cattle in the United States.  For many years, Dr. William Jolley in the Dept of Vet Sciences has mapped the distribution of the disease in Wyoming, and advised producers and veterinarians how to test for, and eliminate, this disease, which is reportable to the state veterinarian and the Wyoming Livestock Board.


  • Jolley W, Logan J: Battling bovine trichonad abortion – the war in Wyoming.  Reflections 10

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