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    Chlorpyrifos in Cattle

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    Chlorpyrifos in cattle The mean levels of Chlorpyrifos residues in meat samples of cattle collected from north-east were non-significantly different than those collected from the south-west of Faisalabad city, 0.297 ± 0.006 ppm, and 0.373 ± 0.001 ppm, during the months of July, 2009 to December, 2009 (Table 1). These values of present study are higher than their corresponding values in literature. No difference in concentration of chlorpyrifos was observed in muscle, kidney, liver and lung of cattle during

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    Cattle Tick

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    Cattle Tick The cattle tick Boophilus microplus is a significant ectoparasite of cattle and a vector for important diseases such as babesiosis and anaplasmosis. Classification SPC List D disease Susceptible species B. microplus is primarily a parasite of cattle. However, heavy infestations can also occur on horses, sheep, deer and water buffalo. Rarely, ticks have been reported on marsupials, goats, dogs, cats and pigs. Where it occurs The cattle tick is widely distributed

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    Twinning In Cattle

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    Twinning in Cattle Due to the continual fluctuation of the cattle market cattle producers have been searching for ways to improve their production and increase their profits any way possible. For years genetic engineers have been working hard on improving economic efficiency in cattle. It is their hope that through genetic research they can improve the yield and the income of cattle producers around the world. Research has shown that twinning is one way that farmers can increase their yield

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    Safe & humane loading & unloading of cattle at veterinary premises Introduction: Loading and unloading cattle at veterinary premises imposes many health and safety risks. It is important to think of the health and safety of both the handler and the animal when loading and unloading cattle. It can be a very stressful situation for both the handler and the cattle, if done incorrectly. Even docile cattle may become agitated when they are being transported. As cattle are very large animals, they can cause

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    Beef Cattle Industry

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    The commercial beef cattle industry is one of the strongest agricultural industries in the United States of America. Since the late fifteenth century, cattle have dominated the North American continent, especially the United States. Much has changed, however, since their first arrival to America. Breeds have evolved and practices have improved. Possibly one of the only things that has not changed is the hard work, time, and effort that the American farmers and ranchers spend each day tending

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    1.1 Cattle domestication: Domesticated Cattle belong to the family Bovidae and sub family Bovinae, which appeared in the Miocene approximately 20 million years ago. There are more than 800 different cattle breeds recognized worldwide. Cattle are considered the most important and significant domesticated economic animal (Loftus et al. 1994). In addition to milk, cattle contribute other important commodities including meat, hides, traction and dung. The taurine and zebu cattle were probably domesticated

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    Castration is an integral part of the cattle industry. Bull calves destined for market are castrated for several reasons. First of all, it eliminates the possibility of unwanted breeding in a feedlot environment. Castration also will provide a more tender, marbled meat product, and will decrease aggression in male feeder cattle. There are various ways to castrate an animal including banding, surgical, and chemical castration. For this study, the objective is to study whether or not skill level

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    Sa-Mcf In Cattle

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    Describe the pathogenesis of SA-MCF in cattle. Sheep-associated malignant catarrhal fever (SA-MCF) is a pathogenetic virus that affects several types of animals including cattle. There are several characteristics signs of this infection including a high mortality rate but low morbidity rate in the infected population. Research has suggested that the incubation time for MCF is between two and ten weeks; however, one study showed that the incubation time could last up to nine months. In a recent

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    Cattle Industry History

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    Introduction The cattle industry in the United States has changed from its’ early beginning to a vast powerful industry. The use of cattle as a meat protein source is not the sole purpose of their production as can be seen in the early written history of this country. Oxen drawn wagons carried early settlers across this country to plains and prairies for the establishment of farms and towns that transformed the geography from a desolate waste land into booming metropolitan cities. The need to see

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    Cattle Boom Essay

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    The Cattle Boom in Wyoming The Cattle Boom was also present in Wyoming, especially after cattle ranchers discovered that cattle could survive winters in Wyoming. Cheyenne, Wyoming had an estimated number of 60,000 cattle grazing within 100 miles of the town in 1871 (Western). As demand for beef continued to grow and the U.S. government continued to buy cattle to feed the Indian tribes they had displaced, wealth and cattle in Wyoming also continued to grow (Western). There were more than 476,000

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