Epidemiological Study of Fasciolosis in Cattle of Kashmir Valley

  title={Epidemiological Study of Fasciolosis in Cattle of Kashmir Valley},
  author={Maqbool Fatima and Mohammad Zahoor Chishti and Fayaz Ahmad and Bashir Ahmad Lone},
Epidemiological studies were undertaken in slaughter houses, livestock farms and on household cattle under the different climatic conditions in Kashmir valley. Infection rate was 25.40%, 26.21% and 10.19% respectively in slaughtered cattle, cattle in livestock farms and in household cattle. Overall highest (26.70%) seasonal prevalence in all types of cattle was recorded during autumn, followed by summer (20.0%) and spring (10.22%); while the lowest (7.14%) was recorded during winter. It was… CONTINUE READING

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