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Success Rate of Pre-Calving supplements in the prevention of Parturient Paresis in Dairy Herds
Parturient paresis directly causes economic losses due to the reduction in milk production of affected cows, cost of treatment of the animals and death and culling of affected cows.
Initiation of genetic traceability in Hungarian Fallow Donkeys
Food engineers are developing more and more highly profitable alimentary products by means of technological novelties causing not only frustration in consumers but sometimes also food chain security incidents.
The effect of plant extracts on the gene expression pattern of swine pathogen Clostridium perfringens
The amount of intensive farming and the need for animal-based protein is constantly increasing. This has led to a massive increase in the use of antibiotics in animal husbandry
Epidemiology of the 3 most common canine and feline endocrinopathies in different countries:a literature review
In dogs, hypercortisolism, diabetes mellitus and hypothyroidism are considered the 3 most common endocrine disorder.
LEGISLATION ON STERILIZATION AND BREEDING OF DOGS TO PREVENT OVERPOPULATION IN NORWAY, GERMANY, ITALY, AND THE US.
Overpopulation of dogs is a problem all over the world and can cause a risk to human health and animal welfare. There are many ways to manage the rising dog population, including sterilization programs, educational ...
Emergence of zoonotic diseases – host switch and pandemic potential of respiratory RNA viruses
This literature review explores the evolutionary, molecular and epidemiological mechanisms behind host switch in zoonotic respiratory RNA viruses that may lead to disease emergence in human populations.
The use of GnRH analogues in dogs
This study summarizes the different experiments done on the use of GnRH analogues in dogs.
Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency
Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency is a disease where the pancreas is not able to secrete sufficient amount of pancreatic enzymes.
A study in laying hens with vaccination against IBV and IBD and pre-treatment in one group with an immunomodulatory agent, A Field Study
This paper is written about a study taken place to investigate the use of immunomodulatory agents to improve the efficacy of vaccinations.
Poisonous plants for horses and companion animals in Ireland
Plants are all around us in our everyday lives. Some may be kept to look good as house decorations. Other plants may just be growing naturally outdoors in gardens and pastures. Most of them are generally of low risk to ...