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Vol. 9, Issue 1, Part I (2024)

Evaluation of commercial consequences associated with mortality of adult sheep

Author(s): Lokesh Kumar Chandolia and Dinesh Kumar Sunwasiya
Abstract: Data on morbidity from the disorders mentioned were examined. Ages 6 to 12 (hogget) and over 12 months (adult) were the age groups under study. The Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute, Bikaner's recorded ailments are categorised here based on systemic ailments. Data (for Marwari, 3164) obtained from CSWRI, ARC, Bikaner during an eight-year period (2005–06 to 2013–14) have been used to evaluate economic losses resulting from morbidity in Marwari sheep in arid zones. Enhancing management procedures, giving diseased lambs the care and attention they need, vaccinating and deworming on time, and removing sick sires from the flock can all help to minimise these financial losses.
Pages: 624-627  |  48 Views  9 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Lokesh Kumar Chandolia, Dinesh Kumar Sunwasiya. Evaluation of commercial consequences associated with mortality of adult sheep. Int J Vet Sci Anim Husbandry 2024;9(1):624-627.
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