catarrhal fever

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Noun1.catarrhal fever - any of several disease of livestock marked by fever and edema of the respiratory tract
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
bluetongue - a viral disease of sheep and cattle that is transmitted by biting midges
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In Paphos meanwhile, the authorities have placed two sheep farms in quarantine after the animals were diagnosed with bluetongue disease.
Bluetongue disease in dogs associated with contaminated vaccine.
The decision also includes a temporary banning importation of all live birds from Portugal due to West Nile fever as well as all species of ruminants from France and Canada banned due to the emergence of bluetongue disease, Deputy Director of PAAF Hanadi Bastaki said in statement.
In 2014, Bluetongue disease was the most serious epizootic problem in Bulgaria, spreading in 2,322 settlements in all regions of the country, and about 37,000 sheep and 300 cattle died, Likov said.
Dr Mamdouh Mohamed Ibrahim, an expert at the quarantines section at animal wealth department, the Ministry of Environment, told Arrayah that imports are prohibited from countries where disease such as Ebola, hay fever and bluetongue disease have been reported.
We hope that the bluetongue disease won't strike this year--said Popovski.
Seven thousand sheep, goats and cattle died of the bluetongue disease in Berovo, Stip and Strumica, as 300,000 have been infected.
According to the Turkish authorities, the introduction of the system is a precaution against the bluetongue disease in Bulgaria.
Amman, Aug 31 (Petra) aAC" The Ministry of Agriculture has banned sheep and cattle imports from Romania after the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) reported that cases of the bluetongue disease had recently been detected in the East European country.
They are now investigating natural ways of controlling the midges - which were also the cause of an outbreak of bluetongue disease in the UK in autumn 2008.
Bluetongue disease caused by BTV serotype 2 (BTV-2) was detected in 2000 (1); serotype 1 was detected in 2006 (2).