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dc.contributor.authorHaque, Md. Anwarul-
dc.description.abstractThe present study was conducted at Syedpur Veterinary Hospital of Nilfamari district to determine the different diseases of livestock population over two months period starting from December to January ,(2008 to 2009). A total of 472 cases were recorded where the number of calf, cattle, buffaloes, goat and sheep were 92, 59, 9, 286, and 26 respectively. The animal diseases were categorized into four classes namely parasitic, bacterial, viral and others (multi-factorial) diseases. The diseases were diagnosed tentatively using anamnesis. Parasitic infestations were predominant for all species followed by multi-factorial (others), bacterial and vial diseases respectively. The prevalence of parasitic diseases reported in calves was 63.04% where as the multi-factorial 18.45%, bacterial 7.61% and viral was 10.87%. In case of cattle, they were 52.54%, 27.11%, 8.48%, and 11.87% respectively. Similarly for buffaloes, it was 55.60%, 11.11%, 33.33% and 0%. However, they were recorded as 57.69%, 20.28%, 16.08%, and 5.94% in goat and for sheep; it was 46.15%, 7.69%, 0%, 0% and 53.85% respectively.en_US
dc.description.sponsorshipDepartment: Physiology, Pharmacology & Biochemistryen_US
dc.publisherChattogram Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Khulshi-Chattogramen_US
dc.subjectPrevalence, Parasitic infestation, bacterial, viral and multi-factorialsen_US
dc.titleA study on prevalence of various diseases of livestock at Syedpur Upazilla, Nilfamari district, Bangladeshen_US
dc.typeTechnical Reporten_US
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