Africa / Animal Diseases / Animal Health / Ethiopia / Livestock / PPR

September 2010 issue of IBAR Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa

The Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa publishes articles on original research relevant to animal health and production activities which may lead to the improvement of the livestock industry in Africa and better utilisation of her animal resources.

The September 2010 issue is now online; contents include:

  • Pan African Strategy for the Progressive Control of Peste des Petits Ruminants (Pan African PPR
  • Typing of Staphylococcus aureus strains isolated from milk cows with subclinical mastitis in Dakar, Senegal.
  • Fluoroquinolone resistant Salmonella enterica of poultry origin from south western states of Nigeria.
  • Preliminary study on the impact of bovine tuberculosis on the reproductive efficiency and productivity of Holstein dairy cows in central Ethiopia.
  • Efficacy of chloroquine, ivermectin and artemether on Onchocerca gutturosa in zebu calves in Sudan.
  • Study on seroprevalence of bovine brucellosis and abortion and associated risk factors.
  • Camel mastitis, associated bacterial pathogens and its impact on milk quality in Gewane District, a far regional state, northeastern Ethiopia.
  • The clinical and pathological features of experimental Mannheimia hemolytica A2 infection in West African dwarf goats.
  • Epidemiological studies on listeriosis in sheep.
  • Genetic evidence of roavirus in chicken in Nigeria.
  • Histopathology of the organs of broiler chickens exposed to flames and fumes of kerosene burning.
  • Intercroping effect of Canavalia ensiformis on regrowth ability and in vitro gas production of Panicum maximum CVT58.
  • L’elevage pastral face aux politiques colonials, post colonials et de regionalization dans l’espace cedeao.
  • Influence of levamisole on antibody response to Newcastle disease vaccination in chemically immunosupressed broiler chicken.
  • Preliminary study on bovine tuberculosis in Nekemte Municipailty Abattoir, Western Ethiopia.
  • Ovarian assage: A simple but useful tool to manage ovarian acyclicity in dairy cows.

2 thoughts on “September 2010 issue of IBAR Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa

  1. Dear sir,

    I amvery much impressed after your journal is available to readers on line. What is left for the Journal with 58 years old is to have impact factor. Please try to have this impact factor for our journal.

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