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Yeast in soil
« on: September 02, 2011, 12:21:51 pm »
My pigs have been having treatment for high temps and being lethargic on and off for several months, I have had a nasal swab sent off and it has come back with yeast as the problem. We are treating the pigs, but the vet has said they have the infection from the soil. She suggests ploughing up the area and laying new top soil. Has anyone any other ideas.

Thanks in advance
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