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Digital Dermatitis (DD) was first described in the UK in 1988, and has since spread so that it is present on almost every UK dairy farm and is the most commonly recorded cause of lameness. It is a skin infection of the foot, mainly on the bulbs of the heel, but sometimes at the coronary band or between the claws. It is caused by a type of bacteria known as treponemes.
There are many different strains which cause DD lesions.
To support you in the treatment of Digital Dermatitis, we have developed a Best Practice Treatment Guide and poster.