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Socio-Economic Assessment of the Impacts of Trypanosomiasis on Cattle in Girja District, Southern Oromia Region, Southern Ethiopia

  title={Socio-Economic Assessment of the Impacts of Trypanosomiasis on Cattle in Girja District, Southern Oromia Region, Southern Ethiopia},
  author={Mersha Chanie and Dulecha Adula and Basaznew Bogale},
Across-section study was conducted in and around Girja Woreda from September 2011 to March, 2012 to determine the economic impact of trypanosome in cattle. Questionnaires based information was used to assess the economic significance and determine factors assessed in relation to economic impact of the disease. Out of 60 villagers asked about the impact of trypanosomosis of cattle. The result revealed that trypanosomosis as a disease of livestock in the area, the most important and the first… 
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