International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies
2016, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part A
Field epidemiological surveillance and treatment of foot rot in cattle
Umadevi U, Madhu Mathi P, Saranya K, Umakanthan T
In three years one hundred cases of cattle presented with history of limping were taken in this study. 72% cases showed lesions of foot rot and was confirmed the same by gram staining smears obtained from the lesions. Foot rot was treated with sulfadiazine-trimethoprim 2400 to 3600 mg intramuscularly for three days along with 5% formalin foot bath for 10-20 days. Advised to drizzle the remaining foot bath solution throughout the cattle shed. Recovery rate was 95%. The formalin drizzled farms showed no further occurrence of foot rot in any cattle.
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Umadevi U, Madhu Mathi P, Saranya K, Umakanthan T. Field epidemiological surveillance and treatment of foot rot in cattle. Int. J. Fauna Biol. Stud. 2016;3(2):21-21.