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Symptoms of PPR disease found in sheep and goats
In this epidemic, there are blisters in the mouth of the animals, fever, food anorexia, pneumonia and if the diagnosis is not made in time, the animal may also die. Animals showing such symptoms should be immediately separated from the group, otherwise the disease is more likely to occur to other animals through nasal water, breathing and faeces.
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