Documentation and determination of consensus about phytotherapeutic veterinary practices among the Tharu tribal community of Uttar Pradesh, India

@article{Kumar2011DocumentationAD,
  title={Documentation and determination of consensus about phytotherapeutic veterinary practices among the Tharu tribal community of Uttar Pradesh, India},
  author={Akhilesh Kumar and Vimal Chandra Pandey and Divya Darshan Tewari},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2011},
  volume={44},
  pages={863-872}
}
PurposeThe aim of the present investigation was to document the phytotherapeutic knowledge and veterinary healthcare management practices among the Tharu tribal community of Uttar Pradesh, India and to determine the consensus of such practices, in order to evaluate the potential for new veterinary drugs of herbal origin.MethodsThis study was conducted in 2000–2004 using semistructured, open-ended questionnaires, informal interviews and group discussions with farmers engaged in animal husbandry… 
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