MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY PATTERN IN DESI CHICKEN REARED BY THE SANTAL TRIBE OF WEST BENGAL

Article Id: ARCC3514 | Page : 49-51
Citation :- MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY PATTERN IN DESI CHICKEN REARED BY THE SANTAL TRIBE OF WEST BENGAL.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2000.(34):49-51
S.S.Dana·, B.S. Rathore and P.N.Kaul
Address : Indian Veterinary Research Institute Izatnagar,Bareilly (V.P.) - 243 122, India

Abstract

The study was conducted among randomly selected 4 tribal villages of Binpur block of Medinipur district of West Bengal. From each village all heads of Santal households (102) formed the sample of the study. Data were collected through personal interview schedule and observational technique. The study revealed that the morbidity and mortality rates of birds due to Ranikhet disease was highest and is one of the main health constraints in rearing of desi chicken in tribal area.

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