unthriftiness


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Pulmonary glanders is characterized by unthriftiness and difficult breathing.
It causes economic losses due to unthriftiness, reduced productive capacity, draught power capability and body weight gain (Mohan, 1977 and Bhatia et al.
Chronically infected sheep are usually symptomless, except for parasitemia and unthriftiness (Kimberling et al.
Taeniasis is usually asymptomatic with clinical signs limited to unthriftiness, lethargy, anorexia, and mild diarrhea or colic.
Prolonged deficiencies will result in unthriftiness and starvation.
It causes loss of condition, unthriftiness, persistent diarrhea, reduction of milk yield, alternate refusal to eat and ravenous eating, general debility, prostration, and finally death.
Worm ewes, if they were treated in November or if there is evidence of unthriftiness.