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Internal Parasites and Livestock Health


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According to 19th livestock census, Punjab has a buffalo, cow and goat population of about 51.6 lac, 24.3 lac and 3.2 lac, respectively and these livestock produces milk in the tune of 1 crore 12 lac tonnes annually. Livestock farming had always played its significant role in the diversification of agriculture in the state. Livestock practices keeps changing with time. Earlier times, grazing practice used to be one of the major activities of dairy farming but now a days, stall feeding is more popular. Therefore, it is important these days to enhance knowledge about the scientific care and management of animals and follow the principle of “Prevention is better than cure”. This can actually decrease our unplanned expenses and so, increase profitability.
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Munish Kumar
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ferozepur (Punjab), India
Gurjant Singh Aulakh
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ferozepur (Punjab), India

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According to 19th livestock census, Punjab has a buffalo, cow and goat population of about 51.6 lac, 24.3 lac and 3.2 lac, respectively and these livestock produces milk in the tune of 1 crore 12 lac tonnes annually. Livestock farming had always played its significant role in the diversification of agriculture in the state. Livestock practices keeps changing with time. Earlier times, grazing practice used to be one of the major activities of dairy farming but now a days, stall feeding is more popular. Therefore, it is important these days to enhance knowledge about the scientific care and management of animals and follow the principle of “Prevention is better than cure”. This can actually decrease our unplanned expenses and so, increase profitability.