Prevalence and Knowledge of Brucellosis in Dairy Cattle in Makuyu Division , Murang ’ a County , Kenya

  title={Prevalence and Knowledge of Brucellosis in Dairy Cattle in Makuyu Division , Murang ’ a County , Kenya},
  • Published 2015
Brucellosis is a cosmopolitan zoonotic disease that affects man, domestic animals and wildlife. The bacteria Brucella abortus is the principle cause of brucellosis in cattle. The incidence of the disease in humans, and which directly relates to that in other animals, is highly dependent on animal husbandry practices, the interaction between humans and animals, living standards, hygiene, food customs, and animal and human population density. Makuyu Division where the study was undertaken… CONTINUE READING


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