BULLER-RIDER SYNDROME - Frequent mounting of an animal by its peers. This syndrome develops more frequently when the animals are housed in large groups and/or crowded conditions (e.g., in a feedlot) and, if persistent, may cause the death of the mounted animal. B02712. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.  mpg video 999KB

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BULLER-RIDER SYNDROME - Frequent mounting of an animal by its peers. This syndrome develops more frequently when the animals are housed in large groups and/or crowded conditions (e.g., in a feedlot) and, if persistent, may cause the death of the mounted animal. B02712. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.  mpg video 999KB

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