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Metrics details. Rapid urbanization has led to expansion of peri-urban fringes, where intensive, industry-style livestock rearing has led to emerging vulnerabilities at the human-animal-environment interface. This study was undertaken to understand the health system and farm-level factors that influenced the risk of transmission of bovine Tuberculosis bTB in animals and humans in peri-urban smallholder dairy farms of India. Thematic guides were developing through literature review and expert consultation. In-depth interviews were conducted till attainment of saturation. Identification of core themes was followed by etiological enquiry and generation of a conceptual model.
Bovine medicine. Diseases and husbandry of cattle Published on Jan 1, Andrews 1 Estimated H-index: 1. View Paper. Add to Collection.
Robin A. Skuce, Adrian R. Allen, Stanley W. Bovine tuberculosis TB , caused by Mycobacterium bovis , is one of the most challenging endemic diseases currently facing government, the veterinary profession, and the farming industry in the United Kingdom and Ireland and in several other countries.
Anhrax, a highly infectious and fatal disease of cattle, is caused by a relatively large spore-forming rectangular shaped bacterium called Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax causes acute mortality in ruminants. The bacteria produce extremely potent toxins which are responsible for the ill effects, causing a high mortality rate. Signs of the illness usually appear 3 to 7 days after the spores are swallowed or inhaled.
Anhrax, a highly infectious and fatal disease of cattle, is caused by a relatively large spore-forming rectangular shaped bacterium called Bacillus anthracis.
A forty-year survey and a brief review of the literature. Clostridioses diagnosticadas em bovinos no sul do Rio Grande do Sul. Bianca L. Santos 2. Silvia R.
As Kenya and East Africa in general has a very low population of trained veterinarians, farmers need to learn to deal with emergencies that happen when the vet is not around. Most environments in Africa have a high disease challenge, and the serious farmer need to learn how to deal with this in order to have healthy, happy and productive animals. Preventive use of drugs is forbidden and antibiotics can be used a limited times, with a double withdrawal time. Animal health care is still not sufficiently developed that we can keep livestock healthy without veterinary drugs.
Offers information on cattle disease and production. Suitable for large animal vets, this title includes chapters on surgery, embryo transfer, artificial insemination, ethno-veterinary medicine and biosecurity, as well as a consolidating chapter on the interaction between the animal, environment, management and disease.