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Forewarning of Livestock Diseases July-2022

ANDHRA PRADESH,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,TAMIL NADU AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of Anthrax in September-2022

ASSAM,GOA,JHARKHAND,KERALA,MEGHALAYA,TRIPURA,WEST BENGAL AND PUDUCHERRY are predicted for likely occurrence of Babesiosis in September-2022

ASSAM,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,MEGHALAYA,ODISHA,TAMIL NADU AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of Black quarter in September-2022

ANDHRA PRADESHA AND TAMIL NADU are predicted for likely occurrence of Bluetongue in September-2022

ANDHRA PRADESH,ASSAM,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA AND MAHARASHTRA are predicted for likely occurrence of Enterotoxaemia in September-2022

ARUNACHAL PRADESH,ASSAM,JHARKHAND,MANIPUR,TRIPURA,UTTAR PRADESH AND PUDUCHERRY are predicted for likely occurrence of Fascioliasis in September-2022

BIHAR,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,KERALA,MADHYA PRADESH,MAHARASHTRA,MANIPUR,MEGHALAYA,ODISHA,TAMIL NADU,UTTARAKHAND,WEST BENGAL AND CHANDIGARH are predicted for likely occurrence of Foot and mouth disease in September-2022

GUJARAT,HARYANA,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,KERALA,MADHYA PRADESH,MAHARASHTRA,RAJASTHAN,TAMIL NADU AND ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS are predicted for likely occurrence of Haemorrhagic septicaemia in September-2022

ASSAM,JHARKHAND,KARNATAKA,MADHYA PRADESH,MAHARASHTRA,ODISHA AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of PPR in September-2022

ANDHRA PRADESH,ASSAM,MEGHALAYA, AND WEST BENGAL are predicted for likely occurrence of S & G Pox in September-2022

ASSAM,JHARKHAND,MANIPUR,MEGHALAYA,NAGALAND,TRIPURA,UTTAR PRADESH,WEST BENGAL AND PUDUCHERRY for likely occurrence of Swine fever in September-2022

JHARKHAND,KERALA AND WEST BENGAL for likely occurrence of Theileriosis in September-2022

GUJARAT,JHARKHAND,MADHYA PRADESH,ODISHA,UTTAR PRADESH AND PUDUCHERRY are predicted for likely occurrence of Trypanosomiasis in September-2022

OB Prediction September-2022

Anthrax - 35, with Accuracy of 99.53%

Babesiosis - 53, with Accuracy of 97.22%

Black quarter - 40, with Accuracy of 95.67%

Bluetoungue- 1, with Accuracy of 98.14

Enterotoxaemia- 25, with Accuracy of 99.53

Fasciolosis - 54, with Accuracy of 98.76%

FMD - 101, with Accuracy of 94.90%

HS - 55, with Accuracy of 94.90%

PPR - 53, with Accuracy of 97.06%

S&G Pox - 24, with Accuracy of 99.84%

Swine Fever - 53, with Accuracy of 96.91%

Theileriosis - 49, with Accuracy of 99.22%

Trypanosomiasis - 48, with Accuracy of 95.67%

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Haemorrhagic septicaemia (HS)

Species Affected
Common disease for cattle and buffaloes but also occur among other species such as pigs, sheep, goats a nd many wild animals.

Clinical Signs
The disease starts with high fever, respiratory distress and haemorrhages m ay be seen on the mucous membranes. There is lacrymation, nasal discharge, drop in milk production and anorexia. As the disease progress ear droop, animals are prostrated with cyanosis of mucous membranes. There May be oedema along the head, neck, thorax, vulva and anal areas. Sudden death occurs within few hours of clinical signs.

Preventive Measures
Affected animals May be treated with suitable antibiotics. Vaccination to b e done in consultation with the v eterinarians and as decided by state animal husbandry authorities. Strict biosecurity measures May be followed. Carcass May be disposed hygienically and stress factors May be reduced by good animal husbandry practices.

Source: AICRP Bangalore