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Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances
Year: 2006  |  Volume: 5  |  Issue: 11  |  Page No.: 912 - 915

Sero-Surveillance of Hemorrhagic Septicemia in Cattle and Buffalo in Malakand District of NWFP, Pakistan

Asadullah khan, Riaz Ahmad, Umar Saddique, Hamayun Khan, Mohammad Zubair and Younas Mohammad    

Abstract: The present study showed the Sero-surveillance of Hemorrhagic septicemia in cattle and buffalo in Malakand division of NWFP, Pakistan. The average GMT was recorded against hemorrhagic septicemia in buffaloes in the range of 4.12 to 46.98, while those in cattle were recorded in the range of 4.45 to 46.40. In young buffalo calves, incidence rate, mortality and morbidity rate was observed as 22.25, 21.19 and 95.25%, respectively. In adult buffalo morbidity, mortality and case fatality rate was 5.49, 1.65 and 30%, respectively. In study of young cattle calves morbidity, mortality and case fatality was recorded as 3.94, 1.77 and 45%, respectively. While in study of adult cattle, morbidity, mortality and case fatality rates were recorded as 2.51, 0.39 and 15.79%, respectively. During present investigation the incidence rate, mortality and case fatality due to Hemorrhagic septicemia was found greater in the young calves as compared to the adult in both buffalo and cattle.

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