Common disease of pig, Biology

COMMON DISEASE OF PIG  -

1.       FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASES

2.       ANTHRAX

3.       TUBERCLOSIS

4.       SWINE FEVER -

Charactrized by high fever, difficult breathing, cough, vomiting, diarrhoea, red or purple patches on the skin of the ear, belly & inner side of legs.

5.       SWINE POX -

Fever, loss of appetite & eruption over whole body.

6.       PIGLET INFLUENZA -

It affects young pigs, characterized by fever, pneumonia pleurisy & joint inflammation.

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