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Cambodian cattle are predominantly zebu (Bos indicus) and consist of the local breed, Haryana [Hariana] and crossbred (local breed crossed with...

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The Blonde d’Aquitaine (Bos taurus) cattle breed originated in 1961 in the southwest of France in the plains and hills of Garonne and the Pyrenees...

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Korean Native cattle, known in Korean as Hanwoo (Japanese Chosen), have been raised in the Korean Peninsula since 2000 B.C., traditionally as a...

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Jeju (or Cheju) cattle, inhabit the 1849 km2 island of the same name off the coast of South Korea. Jeju cattle exist in two forms, black and yellow,...

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The Shropshire is one of the Down group of British breeds. It evolved as a result of crossing local breeds in the Shropshire and Staffordshire area...

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Cover for African swine fever

African swine fever (ASF) is a highly contagious disease of pigs, first described in Kenya by Montgomery (1921). It is caused by a large DNA virus...

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The breed was developed in England in the 1800s by crossing the Wiltshire Horn and Berkshire Nott (or Knot) [now extinct] with the Southdown. The...

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The Oxford Down is the largest of the English ‘down’ breeds, developed for the lush pastures on the hills, or downs, of southern England (Christman...

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Stable flies, both males and females, are obligate blood-feeding flies of livestock grouped under the genus Stomoxys. They are believed to have...

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Schistosoma nasale is a trematode found in the blood vessels of the nasal mucosa of cattle and buffaloes in India and neighbouring countries. This...

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