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Frequency of nose and tail injuries in cattle and water buffalo at livestock markets in Bangladesh

By M. R. Alam, N. G. Gregory, M. S. Uddin, M. A. Jabbar, S. Chowdhury, N. C. Debnath

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A total of 560 cattle and water buffalo were examined at livestock markets in Bangladesh. The aim was to assess the frequency of nose and tail injuries that could have occurred during handling and transport. The frequency of nose piercing was 64

Date 2010
Publication Title Animal Welfare
Volume 19
Issue 3
Pages 295-300
ISBN/ISSN 0962-7286
Language English
Author Address Department of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chittagong, Bangladesh.rashedul2000@yahoo.com
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  1. Abnormal development
  2. animal breed
  3. Animal diseases
  4. Animal genetics
  5. Animal rights
  6. Animal roles
  7. Animal welfare
  8. Asia
  9. Breeds
  10. Buffalo
  11. Cattle
  12. Cleaning
  13. Commonwealth of Nations
  14. Developed countries
  15. Draft animals
  16. Farm animals
  17. Food animals
  18. Handling
  19. India
  20. Infections
  21. Least developed countries
  22. Livestock
  23. Mammals
  24. Markets
  25. Methodologies
  26. Methods
  27. nose
  28. Parasites
  29. Techniques
  30. traction animals
  31. trauma
  32. Wounds and injuries