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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Study on parasitic load in intensive and semi-intensive systems of goat rearing in Tamil Nadu

Author(s):
K Chinnamani, J Muralidharan and AK Thiruvenkadan
Abstract:
To study the evaluate on parasitic load of Egg Per Gram (EPG), Oocyst Per Gram (OPG) of 3-4 months 40 Tellicherry and 40 Salem Black kids were selected under intensive (T1) and semi-intensive (T2) system of rearing. The selected kids were divided in to treatment-1 (T1 – 8 males and 12 females) and treatment-2 (T2 – 8 males and 12 females) in each breed. The EPG of Tellicherry kids was 0 to 1316.67 ± 418.26 intensive and semi-intensive system. In Salem Black kids, the EPG 33.33 ± 21.08 and 1016.67 ± 360.01, intensive and semi-intensive system, respectively. Corresponding values of OPG was 2250.00 ± 535.87 and 1500.00± 73.03, respectively and in Salem Black 2533.33 ± 379.68 and 1833.33 ±42.16, respectively. The study concluded that the Oocyst per Gram was high in intensive feeding group than semi-intensive group, while the Egg Per Gram was high in semi-intensive group.
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How to cite this article:
K Chinnamani, J Muralidharan and AK Thiruvenkadan. Study on parasitic load in intensive and semi-intensive systems of goat rearing in Tamil Nadu. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 921-923.
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