Veterinary Center El Tarf

El Tarf, Algeria

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El Tarf, Algeria
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Bouzid R.,Veterinary Center El Tarf | Laouabdia Sellami N.,Veterinary Center El Tarf | Benkhelil A.,Synbiotics Europe | Hocine A.,Synbiotics Europe | Ouzrout R.,Veterinary Center El Tarf
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances | Year: 2010

The serums coming from 450 dairy cows have been analyzed for the detection of the brucellosis, the prevalence observed of the infection is of 10-44%, the test of the Intradermotuberculination for the detection of the tuberculosis raised that the prevalence observed of the infection is of 8-22%, with a significant difference (p<0.05) between the individuals of 2 years and those aged of >4 years. All studied sanitary trouble were present during all year with a predominance of the mastitis especially in beginning of spring, where the prevalence attain 44-88% and or the troubles of reproduction bound have the stake bottom were the order of 14-88%, the respiratory trouble especially appeared in winter with a peak of 21-77%, the digestive trouble were the order of 11 % in the spring whereas the parasitosis, the piroplasmosis reached their maximum in summer with 21-55%, the locomotive trouble were constantly present all along the year touch the same beasts practically, with a peak in estimated winter to 18-22%, what showed that the season has an effect on the emergence of these different trouble with a valor highly significant p<0.001. © Medwell Journals, 2010.


Bouzid R.,Veterinary Center El Tarf | Sellami N.L.,Veterinary Center El Tarf | Benkhelil A.,Synbiotics Europe | Hocine A.,Veterinary Center El Tarf | Ouzrout R.,Veterinary Center El Tarf
African Journal of Agricultural Research | Year: 2010

The serums coming from 450 dairy cows have been analyzed for the detection of brucellosis. The rate of prevalence of the infection is 10.44%. The test of the intradermotuberculination for the detection of tuberculosis showed that the rate of prevalence of the infection is 08.22%, with a significant difference (p < 0.05) between the individuals of 2 years and those of more than 4 years. All studied sanitary troubles were presented throughout a whole year, with mastitis being predominant, especially in the beginning of spring where the prevalence attained 44.88%, and/or when reproduction unrest was 14.88%. Respiratory trouble mostly appeared in winter, with a peak of 21.77%. The digestive troubles were at the rate of 11.11% in spring, whereas the parasitosis and the piroplasmosis reached their maximum of 21.55% in summer. The locomotive troubles were constantly presented all through the year in the same beasts practically, with an estimated peak of 18.22% in winter. This shows that the season has an effect on the emergence of these different troubles with valour of high significance (p < 0.001). © 2010 Academic Journals.

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