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One hundred normal bulls' preputial cavity swabs were examined for the presence of Histophillus somni (H. somni). Only one H. somni isolate was isolated. Identification of the isolate was based on morphological, cultural and biochemical characteristics. This study indicated that H. somni may normally form part of the normal flora of the bovine prepuce and that may represent a possible source of H. somni infection. Other bacteria isolated were; Staphylococci, Micrococci, Streptococci, and Bacillus, Proteus and Rothia species.

 

 
 
   
 
 

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