Most sheep keepers protect their sheep from a range of diseases caused by bacterial species by routine vaccination. Clostridial disease is a kind of disease often seen in sheep.
Clostridial diseases include pulpy kidney, struck, tetanus, braxy, blackleg, black disease and clostridial metritis. Symptoms vary from type to type, for example:
In pulpy kidney, death is extremely rapid, and with convulsions prior to death; In tetanus, you can see deep penetrating wounds; In black disease, carcasses may decompose rapidly.
Keywords: clostridial diseases sheep; clostridial disease