Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL)

Add to Favorites Caseous lymphadenitis is a chronic, contagious bacterial infection characterized by abscesses near the lymph nodes, usually on the neck or near the udder. Commonly found in goats and sheep, and sporadically in horses, cattle, camelids, swine, fowl, and even people. Two forms of the disease include the external (skin) form and the internal (organ) form. Goat Notes are educational materials for you to Print, Save, and Share! CLICK HERE to get your pdf!

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