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Prevalence of Eimerian species of Mithun (Bos frontalis) from North Eastern Hilly Region of India

Jayanta Kumar Chamuah, Prakash Ranjan Dutta, Debojyoti Borkotoky, Kezhavituo Vupru, Ngullie Ebibeni.

Abstract
An investigation was carried out in order to have a overview of coccidian parasites occurrence based on standard parasitological procedure from north eastern hilly region of India during the period from 2010-13. Study was carried out both from free ranging as well as semi intensive condition. Month wise no significant occurrence was noted between the month as well as seasonal basis in Jharnapani farm. However, higher occurrence was noted in the season of postmoonsoon season in calves. However, from free ranging condition, only 8 animals were positive out 205 animals examined from north eastern hilly region. In comparison to both free ranging as well as semi intensive, there was no significant occurrence in mithun. The predominance of Eimeria bovis, E. aurburnensis, E.alabamensis and E. zurnii, however, in rare cases of three animals were found to be positive for E. bukidonensis infection

Key words: Mithun, incidence, Eimerian parasites etc



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