Alternative Approach against Bloat Affectations in Bovines

Sep 11, 2015

A huge production loss has been observed globally due to the bloat affections in bovines. In response to this problem, Dr. Srijit Tripathi, International Technical Manager at Ayurvet Ltd, India, evaluates the synergistic combination of herbs which has led to revolutionize the treatment of bloat without the use of harmful chemicals and antibiotics. The herbal therapy not only restores the normal ruminal functions but also helps in improving the animal’s digestive performance and thus increases the productivity of the animals. http://animalhealthmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Alternative…pdf.pdf ...

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Pediculosis

Sep 11, 2015

This article concerns the clinical signs associated with lice in cattle and sheep and discusses the implications of infestation. Rachel Mallet, Territory Manager at Bimeda highlights the factors which may contribute to infestation and why they are relevant. Rachel also investigates appropriate approaches to diagnosis, treatment and prevention. http://animalhealthmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Pediculosis…pdf.pdf ...

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Global Animal Health Conference Addresses Regulatory Barriers to Disease Control

Sep 11, 2015

On 24-25 June 2015 the 4th Global Animal Health conference took place in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Although the conference dealt with the topic of regulatory convergence on a global level, the main focus was the regulatory situation in East Africa and across the African continent as whole. Further to this central aim, The GAH was also an opportunity to discuss the promotion of market control and access in the area; a chance to consider local opportunities and challenges towards harmonised regulatory systems in compliance with international standards and guidelines. In this article, Rick Clayton, Technical Director at HealthforAnimals, reviews the event. http://animalhealthmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Global-Animal-Health…pdf.pdf ...

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