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Congenital Diseases

Congenital conditions are those which are present from birth. They include structural deformities or loss of function in organs such as the heart, gut or skeletal system. They can be corrected by su...

Orbital Diseases

Skin diseases

Multisystem diseases

Zoonotic Diseases

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How Cattle are Being Used in the Fight Against Ebola

When looking at cattle, you may have a tendency to think steak or hamburger. However, those in the field of animal biotechnology are working on products that will have you looking at cattle in a com...

Cattle code cracked in detail

(Aarhus University) By creating a global database an international consortium of scientists has increased the detailed knowledge of the variation in the cattle genome by several orders of magnitude. T...

DNA find reveals new insights into the history of cattle in Europe

A research team from the University of Basel made a surprising find in a Neolithic settlement at the boarders of Lake Biel in Switzerland: The DNA of a cattle bone shows genetic traces of the European...

Dingoes bring economic benefit to cattle graziers

Stopping dingo control measures such as baiting and fencing could increase net profit for cattle grazing enterprises – that's the surprising result from new University of Adelaide research.

North America Cattle Feed Market is Expected to Reach $1,708.1 Million in 2018 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor

(PRWEB) August 04, 2014 The North America Cattle Feed & Feed Additives Market report defines and segments the cattle feed & feed additive market in North America with analysis and forecast ...

Using wheat as an energy source for beef cattle

Wheat, along with corn and barley, is one of the three major feed grains used in North America. Most of the feed-class wheat is fed to poultry and swine. Beef producers are reluctant to use large quan...

Technology is changing the face of northern Australian cattle farming

Farming cattle in northern Australia can be tough, especially in times of drought, but producers are increasingly turning to digital technologies to help them look after their herds.

Grain-fed cattle linked to tougher beef

Finishing beef cattle on grain leads to higher body temperatures before and after slaughter, which can diminish meat quality, research says.

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Serodiagnosis of bovine fasciolosis by Dot-enzyme immuno assay in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Excretory/secretory (E/S) antigen of adult Fasciola gigantica was used for diagnosis of fasciolosis in cattle and buffaloes sera from slaughter houses and different places in and around Chennai, Tamil...

Characterization of sheep pox virus vaccine for cattle against lumpy skin disease virus.

Lumpy skin disease is of significant economic impact for the cattle industry in Africa. The disease is currently spreading aggressively in the Near East, posing a threat of incursion to Europe and Asi...

Seroprevalance of brucellosis, listeriosis and toxoplasmosis in cattle in adana province of Turkey.

This study was conducted to identify the seroprevalance of diseases which are zoonotic and responsible from abortion such as toxoplasmosis, listeriosis and brucellosis in Holstein crossbred cattle of ...

Myostatin alters glucose transporter-4 (GLUT4) expression in bovine skeletal muscles and myoblasts isolated from double-muscled (DM) and normal-muscled (NM) Japanese shorthorn cattle.

The purpose of this study was to determine whether myostatin alters glucose transporter-4 (GLUT4) expression in bovine skeletal muscles and myoblasts isolated from double-muscled (DM) and normal-muscl...

Helminths identified by coprological examination in cattle raised in bartin region.

Objective: This study was carried out to detect the presence and prevalence of helminths in cattle between March 2011-June 2012 in the Bartin and Amasra districts. Methods: A total of 141 feacal sampl...

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