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Bovine respiratory disease is the most common disease associated with recently transported cattle in North American feedlots. Retrospective data collected in 1984 from commercial feedlots in Texas indicate that 83% of total morbidity and 66% of total mortality was attributable to respiratory disease1. A review of feedlot data from Kansas and Nebraska in 1987 reported similar results with 79% of total morbidity and 67% of total mortality attributed to respiratory disease2. Danofloxacin* is adoi:10.21423/aabppro19926623 fatcat:z7uexjokurfo7efmkehxqc4gly