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Prevalence of Clinical Diseases in Crossbred Frieswal Bulls at an Organized Bull Rearing Unit

Naimi Chand, Ajayvir Singh Sirohi, Shrikant Tyagi, Ankur Sharma, Hemlata, Devendra Kumar.


Abstract

The present study was conducted in crossbred Frieswal bulls at an organized bull rearing unit. The analysis of 592 recorded clinical cases of bulls revealed 74.6, 21.0 and 4.4% medicinal, surgical and reproductive disorders, respectively. Of the total clinical cases, highest numbers (44.60%) were recorded during rainy season followed by summer (30.74%) and winter season (24.66%). The major clinical diseases prevalent in bulls were lameness, fever, tick infestation, abscess, wound, inappetance, diarrhea, balanoposthitis and conjunctivitis. Occurrence of fever, wound and abscess was more in rainy season while tick infestation and diarrhea were more prevalent during summer season. Lameness, balanoposthitis, dermatitis were found to occur more during winter season.

Key words: Bulls, Clinical disease, Frieswal, Prevalence, Season






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