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The epidemiology of ovine fascioliasis in Jammu and Kashmir State


, : The epidemiology of ovine fascioliasis in Jammu and Kashmir State. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology 3(1): 13-15

The epidemiology of ovine fascioliasis was studied in sheep of Jammu and Kashmir state, India, during spring, summer, autumn and winter seasons, between February 1986 and May 1988. Faecal samples from 3 different groups were analysed; 1695 sheep in non-endemic areas (group A), 1778 in endemic areas (group B), 1792 in hilly and migratory areas (group C), and 1625 livers from autopsied animals (group D).

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