The article indicates risk, related to virus load and shedding, and present possible difficulties with proper disease recognition at farm level. The results revealed that even a very low dose (5 HAU) may initiate the infection. Various forms of the disease (acute, subacute, and chronic), mainly with prodromal clinical signs like fever, apathy, and reduced feed intake were observed.
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