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- Bovine Medicine 3TH edition
- Bovine Medicine Diseases and Husbandry of Cattle 2nd Edition
- Bovine Medicine: Diseases and Husbandry of Cattle, 2nd Edition
- Common animal diseases and their management
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.
Tags: Cattle practice , Cattle diseases , Cattle clinical conditions , Animal husbandry , Animal welfare , Veterinary professional skills , Evidence-based veterinary medicine , Dairy cattle herd health , Beef cattle herd health. Thoroughly updated to reflect recent changes in the industry, Bovine Medicine, 3 rd Edition, offers practicing large animal veterinarians and veterinary students a comprehensive reference to core aspects of contemporary cattle health and husbandry. This edition includes new focus on both applied skills and application of knowledge, along with many more full-colour illustrations than in previous editions. It also presents a seamless integration of information on husbandry, nutrition, and disease. Written by a wide range of experts from around the world.
Bovine Medicine 3TH edition
Bovine tuberculosis bTB is a disease of cattle that is transmitted through direct contact with an infected animal or ingestion of contaminated food or water. This study seeks to explore the local knowledge on bTB, obtain information on social and cultural practices regarding risk of bTB transmission to cattle and humans zoonotic TB in a traditional livestock farming community with a history of bTB diagnosis in cattle and wildlife. Information was collected using a qualitative approach of Focus Group Discussions FGDs targeting household members of livestock farmers that owned bTB tested herds. We conducted fourteen FGDs individuals across four dip tanks that included the following categories of participants from cattle owning households: head of households, herdsmen, dip tank committee members and women. The qualitative data was managed using NVivo Version 12 Pro software. The acceptance of animals into a herd without bTB pre-movement testing following traditional practices e.
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. In Europe and the USA great progress has been made towards the use of homeopathic veterinary medicine which in many instances has shown its applicability to certain health problems. In Africa ethnoveterinary solutions are also commonly used and to some extent may be effective where an experienced herbalist has been consulted. Much of this is not well documented and verified as effective but a lot of farmers use it with good results.
Bovine Medicine Diseases and Husbandry of Cattle 2nd Edition
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. Read more Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item You may have already requested this item.
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Bovine Medicine: Diseases and Husbandry of Cattle, 2nd Edition
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A forty-year survey and a brief review of the literature. Clostridioses diagnosticadas em bovinos no sul do Rio Grande do Sul. Bianca L.
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.
Common animal diseases and their management
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.
Veterinary Books. This book takes a radical departure from this format in order to provide the additional skills and insights required for modern service delivery and practice organisation. To this end, the publishers and I have decided to completely restructure and rewrite the book so that it reflects the shift in the skills sets required for modern cattle practice. This edition does not retain any chapters from the previous editions, and has a new multi-national team of contributors. The aim of the book is to provide a selection of useful, relevant and practical information for the cattle practitioner, which is not readily available elsewhere, and which supports modern practice and industry needs. The non-technical skills, such as leadership, marketing, communication and business organisation, are now represented. In addition, the book acknowledges the growing importance of population medicine and herd health management planning.
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. The disease has a notoriously complex epidemiology; the scientific evidence supports both cattle-cattle and wildlife-cattle transmission routes.
Bovine medicine: diseases and busbandry of cattle / edited main subjects which occur in the husbandry and dis- Southeastern Dairy Review, 25, 12–