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Authors: MANJUNATHA S. S.
Advisor: D.T.NAIK
D.GOPALAKRISHNA RAO
P.M.THIMMA REDDY
ASHOK PAWAR)
Title: PATHOLOGY OF PNEUMOENTERIC INFECTIONS OF POULTRY IN AND AROUND BIDAR
Publisher: KARNATAKA VETERINARY, ANIMAL AND FISHERIES SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, BIDAR
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Pages: 81
Agrotags: null
Keywords: VETERINARY PATHOLOGY
Abstract: Poultry farming has emerged as an important sector of agriculture in India. This has been clearly demonstrated by numbers and facts that during the last three decades egg production has doubled and poultry meat production has tripled. This expansion in poultry production is in part due to easy industrialization e.g. short turnover, low establishment cost and efficient disease prophylaxis, when compared with production of other livestock. Among agro-based vocations, poultry farming occupies an important position due to its enormous potentiality to bring about rapid economic growth, particularly benefiting the weaker sections of the society. With the advert of this century, the backyard poultry farming has been transformed into a strong agro-based farming activity. The estimated annual poultry egg and meat production in India has steadily gone up to 44 billion eggs ( 2.2. million tonnes by weight ) from 185 million layers and 1.6 million tonnes of broiler meat by weight from 1.6 billion broilers in 2003 emerging the country as the fourth and fifth large producers of egg and poultry meat respectively in the world, contributing to nearly 4% and 2% of the global output. (Rajvir Singh, 2005).
Subject: Veterinary Pathology
Theme: VETERINARY PATHOLOGY
These Type: M.V.Sc.
Issue Date: 2005-09
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