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This research aims to develop an integrated web-based management system that provides the real time bridge scour information through combining Global Position System (GPS) and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) technologies to monitor the bridges.
Coccidiosis is my main concern in young stock, with some animals a bit of scours and it's over, with others it's an on-going problem.
Mr Williams pointed out that by drinking good quality colostrum ( ideally at least three litres within six hours of birth ( a calf can develop the necessary protection against key infectious scours.
FARMERS are being warned to guard against scour outbreaks in cattle because of overcrowding in buildings as a result of foot-and-mouth.
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The Brawny scours are heavyweights -- 25% to 50% heavier than the competition -- for increased surface area coverage and durability.
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