A Report on Clinical Prevalence of Diseases and Disorder in Cattle at Janakpurdham, Nepal

International Journal of Veterinary Science
© 2020 by SSRG - IJVS Journal
Volume 6 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Dr. Suman Kumar Singh, Dr. Pawan Kumar jha, Mr. Saurav Singh, Dr.Dipendra pandit
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Dr. Suman Kumar Singh, Dr. Pawan Kumar jha, Mr. Saurav Singh, Dr.Dipendra pandit, "A Report on Clinical Prevalence of Diseases and Disorder in Cattle at Janakpurdham, Nepal," SSRG International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 6,  no. 1, pp. 16-19, 2020. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/24550868/IJVS-V6I1P103


Prevalence of several diseases is one of the most economically important thing for maintain a good treatment schedule of an area. This study detects the prevalence of several diseases and to evaluate the disease condition of cattle population in the selected area. Records of 353 clinical cases of cattle (193 dairy cows, 42 bulls and 118 calves) treated at the Shree Bajrang veterinary & Agricultural Research Center-Janakpur during month January 2019 to June 2019 were analyzed the importance of existing diseases. The recorded clinical cases were classified into Eight major diagnostic groups, of which highest prevalence was recorded with Digestive disorders (33.14%), followed by parasitic infestation (31.73%), Respiratory disorder (8.22%) Infectious diseases (7.65%), Ectoparasitic infestation (7.65%), Metabolic disorder (6.23%), Surgical affection (4.82%), and Gyanecological and others (0.56%). Though the each of all the diagnostic groups of diseases is significant but the digestive disorder, parasitic, ecto-parasitic infections and respiratory diseases were the most pressing constraint for improvement of cattle in the janakpur area.


Prevalence, diseases and disorder


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