Analysis of Morbidity and Mortality of Important Diseases of Swine in Mizoram State of India
J. K. Chaudhary N. Shyamsana Singh T. C. Tolenkhomba S. K. Behera Vanlalchhuanga
In the present study, a structured sampling design was adopted, which covered the major regions of the Mizoram state, to ascertain the morbidity and mortality rates of important diseases. The overall annual morbidity, mortality and case fatality rates have been estimated from the sample as 33.50%, 20.57% and 61.41%, respectively. Major causes of morbidity were reproductive diseases (aborted fetus), followed by Classical swine fever and major cause of mortality were also reproductive diseases (aborted fetus) followed by Classical swine fever and respiratory diseases. The case fatality rate was highest for poisoning followed by reproductive diseases (aborted fetus), injury & accidents and classical swine fever. Aborted fetuses were the major challenges under village condition in study area, so major emphasis should led to attend the reproductive problems.
Keywords : Classical Swine Fever Morbidity Rate Mortality Rate Reproductive Diseases
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