Common disease of goats, Biology

COMMON DISEASE OF GOATS -

1.       ANTHRAX

2.       FOOT & MOUTH DISEASE

3.       CONTAGIOUS PNEUMONIA -

Characterized by pneumonia & pleurisy, cough, sneezing, difficult breathing & nasal discharge also.

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