Case study brought to you by our trainer Juho Kyntäjä
"I have a UNO for you: In a certain Polish herd, in a tie stall with a lot of leg problems, I noticed two bumps on several cows in almost the same place on the left side. The bumps are solid, under the skin, apart from bones etc and you can move them a bit. We could not find any outward reason for them in the structures, and this place does not touch anything. Later, I discovered similar bumps in the same place in individual animals in some other Polish herds. Later it was reported in the original herd that they disappeared from some cows. What can it be? Lymph nodes? A parasite? "
Suggestions from Joep Driessen: We see this more ofter, likely it is lymph node tissue. 50 years ago we had the Horzel fly in Holland .. Doing this .
What do you think that this is? Please share your thoughts!