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Sheep Vaccination Tips for Beginners

Sheep Vaccination Tips.

Sheep Vaccination Tips for Beginners:- Introduction Sheep Vaccination Tips:- Vaccinating sheep in your farm is frequent activity that should be carried out with care and caution. Most of the people depend on veterinary services for vaccination activity. Some people who are aware of these vaccinations, they avoid veterinary service cost by vaccinating sheep on their own. The following content details …

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PPR Disease in Sheep and Goats For Dummies

PPR disease in Sheep and Goats.

PPR disease in sheep and goats: PPR disease in sheep and goats is an acute highly contagious viral disease of small ruminants characterized by fever, loss of appetite, stomatitis, gastroenteritis and pneumonitis. The disease is markedly evident in goat and sheep are less susceptible. PPR Disease in Sheep and Goats – What Causes PPR(Peste-des-Petits Ruminants): The Peste-des-Petits Ruminants disease is caused …

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Bluetongue Disease in Sheep and Goats

Bluetongue Disease in Sheep and Goats: About this disease This is acute infectious but not contagious disease of sheep characterized by fever, inflammation and ulceration of buccal mucosa and tongue. This disease mostly affects sheep and goat and cattle are very rarely affected. Blue tongue is endemic in India. It is basically a disease of sheep and young sheep within the age group …

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Foot and Mouth Disease in Sheep and Goats

FMD in Sheep.

Foot and mouth disease in Sheep and Goats:(FMD): Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious disease of cloven-footed animals including sheep, goat. This disease is endemic in India and producing serious economic losses to the country due to the ban on export of livestock products to other countries and reduced productivity of diseased animals. Symptoms of FMD? High …

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Anthrax in Sheep and Goats

Anthrax in Sheep and Goats:- What Causes it? Anthrax is a naturally occuring disease with worldwide distribution. It is caused by Bacillus anthracis, a spore-forming bacteria that can remain alive, but dormant in the soil for many years. The bacteria can “bloom” and contaminate surface soil and grass after periods of wet, cool weather, followed by several weeks of hot, …

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ORF Disease in sheep and Goats

ORF Disease in sheep and Goats:- What are the symptoms of ORF Appearance of nodular eruptions on the oral commisures, lips, mouth and nostrils and the lesions are followed by papules, vesicles, pustules and ulcers in 3 to 4 days. Extensive lesions on the feet lead to lameness. Mastitis may result in ewes with lesions on the udder. Profuse salivation, …

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