Hemorrhagic septicemia is an infectious disease of cattle and buffalo which is caused by the bacteria Pasteurella multocida. Symptoms include fever, appetite loss, and drooling. It appears as a result of stress from malnutrition, exhaustion, or lengthy transportation.
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