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Vol. 9, Issue 4 (2020)

Study of prevailing healthcare management practices in specialized dairy farms

Author(s):
DN Gadhavi, LM Sorathiya, AL Rathva, VR Patel and NM Patel
Abstract:
A study was carried out to compare the feeding management practices of specialized dairy farms of north and south Gujarat. The data were collected from each tenspecialized dairy farm each from north and south Gujarat.Analyzed data revealed all dairy farms were followed practice of vaccination. Around 30 per cent farms were not followed booster and subsequent dose of vaccine as per standard recommendation. Only 17.5 per cent of the dairy farms were followed deworming at regular interval. More than half dairy farms were providing rubber mat to their animals. Results are statistically similar for both the regions. Only few dairy farms (40%) were followed faecal sample testing for diagnosis of parasitic infestation in their animals.
Pages: 18-22  |  162 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
DN Gadhavi, LM Sorathiya, AL Rathva, VR Patel, NM Patel. Study of prevailing healthcare management practices in specialized dairy farms. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(4):18-22.
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