Blog tagged as livestock diseases

How have mud crabs adapted to survive in nature

Mud crabs are known to habit the estuaries with brackish waters. Mudcrabs are unique in nature and learn to adapt in order to survive. One of the first things they do as a part of their adaptation is a behavioural change. Mud crabs are seen hiding inside the mud with the help of their claws. They te...

12 May 2022 01:17 PM - Comment(s)
Technology and Digitization help aquaculture farmers reduce costs and increase output

India is the 2nd largest producer of fish. The aquaculture sector contributes approximately 68% of fish to the global market. Despite this, aquaculture has been highly unorganized in India due to the uncertainty that comes with middlemen. Farmers are able to generate profits but due to the interfere...

11 May 2022 01:35 PM - Comment(s)
Heat and Home for day-old Turkey chicks

Turkey chicks are an absolute delight to have around. They’re highly personable birds. If you follow a few simple steps, you can provide all the comfort and warmth that the newborn turkey chicks need for their growth. 


Source of Heat

Mother’s warmth is the best source of heat for turkey ch...

09 May 2022 06:03 PM - Comment(s)
Recommended Care for day-old Turkey chicks

Nurturing a young turkey chick into adulthood can be task especially because they have diverse needs when it comes to health, nutrition and socialization. Their needs differ when being nurtured by a caretaker and by their own mother. 

To ensure that the turkey chicks grow with good health and c...

07 May 2022 12:47 PM - Comment(s)
Potential fishmeal substitutes for Aquaculture feed

A natural consequence of the demands of a growing aquaculture industry is the need for alternative sources for aquaculture feed once the traditional supply of feed hits its limits. Fish meal and fish oil are the main materials for aquaculture feed. Although there is an increase in the substitution o...

06 May 2022 05:48 PM - Comment(s)
Up to 8 lakh Govt. Subsidy for Sheep & Goat Farming

It is the Prime Minister’s vision to maximize farmers’ income by practising agriculture. The schemes like The Integrated Sheep Development Scheme (ISDS) have been drafted to supplement livestock outputs. It is also devised to promote the establishment of goat and sheep units in Union Territories due...

05 May 2022 10:57 AM - Comment(s)
Prevention of Zoonotic diseases when working with poultry

A disease that is transmitted between species, predominantly animals and humans, is called a Zoonotic disease. The diseases cause minor short-term illnesses to major life-changing illnesses. Extreme cases of Zoonotic disease even cause death. 


The zoonotic disease spreads through the air...

04 May 2022 11:46 AM - Comment(s)
3 poultry diseases to look out for in 2022

Disease outbreaks in poultry farms are detrimental to the levels of production and income generated from the farms. The diseases that are highly contagious affect, not one but all of the birds on the farm. In cases like that, it is important to take preventive measures and vaccinate the poultry to e...

02 May 2022 11:38 AM - Comment(s)


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