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a disease of cattle and sheep that is attributed to toxins absorbed from the intestines

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A press release issued by the Directorate of Information, FATA Secretariat in these mobile veterinary camps, nearly 30,000 animals have been vaccinated against various contagious diseases like Hemorrhagic Septicaemia, Anthrax, and Black Quarter in large animals and Enterotoxaemia in small ruminants.
Enterotoxaemia, bastorella, inflammation of lung pleura and gastrointestinal, foot and mouth disease and sheep pox are the diseases covered in the campaign, Al Reyaysa said.
The small ruminants' common diseases were Enterotoxaemia, Pleuro-pneumonia, Sheep/Goat Pox, Anthrax, Liver Fluke, and Endo-/Ectoparasites, etc.
Amongst anaerobic bacteria, Clostridium perfringens types (type A to E) are known to cause enteritis or enterotoxaemia in goats (Songer, 1996).
This poses a risk to young and weak livestock of developing enterotoxaemia, caused by ingesting the bactera.