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SHEEP. A wether more than a year old. 4 Car. & Payne, 216; 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 331, S. C.

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and T-4 (vaccinated with sheep pox or goat pox) were similar, with some individual variations (data not shown).
The veterinarians then found out the animals were infected with sheep pox.
For other than parasitic diseases 48 of the 606 remedies were used for the treatment of the Calcium deficiency, 46 for mastitis, 42 for diarrhoea, 29 for an estrous, enterotoxaemia, 25 for foot and mouth disease, 22 for prolaps, 20 for rheumatic fever, 16 for Haemoraghic septicemia, 15 for panting, 14 for Newcastle disease, 11 for milk fever, 10 for strangles, 09 for nasal discharge, 08 for colic, strangle, Lactolith, indigestion, black quarter, 06 for canine distemper, laminitis, 05 for crop bound condition, tail necrosis and gangrene, 04 for rheumatism, Tympany, 03 for string hault, fibrosis, wound, 02 for cough, loss of appetite, pneumonia, retention of foetal membrane, sheep pox, teat stricture, uterus puss and 01 for Gid.
The sheep would be susceptible to diseases spread by insects, which could have flown onto the ship, Creagh explains, which include the bluemouth and sheep pox virus, screw fly worm and foot-and-mouth disease.
Tenders Are Invited For Purchase Of Rd,Lasota Sheep Pox Vaccine
The present study was aimed to asses clinical, histopathology, PCR and phylogenetic analysis of sheep pox virus (SPPV) in indigenous sheep.
Differentiation of sheep pox and goat poxviruses by sequence analysis and PCR-RFLP of P32 gene.
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays can detect capripoxvirus genomes in tissue samples or cultures, but cannot identify whether the virus is Sheep Pox Virus or Goat Pox Virus.
Aujeszky's disease and sheep pox have never been registered in the territory of Uzbekistan, according to the State Veterinary Service.
Enterotoxaemia, bastorella, inflammation of lung pleura and gastrointestinal, foot and mouth disease and sheep pox are the diseases covered in the campaign, Al Reyaysa said.
The Capri poxvirus genus consists of GTPV, Sheep pox virus (SPPV) and Lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV), whose natural hosts are goats, sheep and cattle, respectively.
A vaccination schedule against common diseases like foot and mouth disease sheep pox enterotoxaemia and pleuro-pneumonia were regularly observed.