Among these diseases, goat warble fly
infestation (GWFI) is the notorious and serious threat affecting the hide of the goat as well as milk and meat production.
Animals in uplands of Balochistan are mostly dependent on open grazing system, one of the most important factors for warble fly
infestation (Otranto et al., 2005), thus continuously exposed to warble fly
These climatic factors were correlated with the warble fly
infestation in goats.
Although several studies have been conducted on epidemiology, taxonomy, biology, histopathology, economic losses, and immunology of warble fly
infestation in bovines, very little attention has been given to caprine hypodermosis in Pakistan, particularly in the province of Balochistan.
Intraocular infestation by the reindeer warble fly
larva: an unusual indication for acute vit rectomy.
Brown, and other researchers that show that prions in the spine of cattle -- along which pesticides are applied -- can be damaged by the organophosphate insecticide which were used during the UK government's warble fly
Therefore presumably buffaloes were equally exposed to the warble fly
attack as cattle.
The CHAID algorithm showed that grazing pattern as the most influencing factor for warble fly
prevalence, followed by the district locality.
bezziana, and Oestrus ovis in Africa (1) and Dermatobia hominis (American warble fly
) in Central and South America.
In 1982 government made compulsory the use of organophosphate warble fly
dressing on cattle, and OP sheep-dips.
The Assembly already has devolved powers to deal with bovine TB, warble fly
and brucellosis, but not for other diseases likely to affect animals.
Ophthalmomyiasis caused by the reindeer warble fly