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Mon Jul 13, 2015 12:52 PM CDT

Question: I got a report back from our state lab on a calf that died. It said she had something called Mannheimia. I have never heard of this. What is it, and what do I need to do to prevent it from happening again?

Answer: Mannheimia haemolytica is the new name for Pasteurella haemolytica. Every so often, microbiologists change the name of organisms to confuse us -- or so it seems. In their defense, as they learn more about organisms, and especially microorganisms, they reclassify them to better fit with those ...

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