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Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment

Samir R. Nouh, Ahmed S. Korittum, Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat.

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A survey study was made during the period between September 2010 and December 2012 on 2580 Friesian cows and heifers distributed in four army farms. This work revealed that, teat wounds represent the higher acquired teat affections (28.16 %) while teat papilloma represent the lowest affection (1.65 %). The supernumerary teat in this study represents the higher congenital teat abnormalities (36.8 %) while the lower was incompetent teat (1.5 %). The present study revealed that the prevalence of udder and teat affections were in November, December, January, and February, whenever the weather was cold and rainy and stables were muddy, the accidental injuries during milking, feeding or even laying were predominant and predictable.

Key words: Teat, Dairy Cattle, Surgical affection, treatment


 
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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat. Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment. AJVS. 2014; 40(1): 65-76. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201


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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat. Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment. AJVS. (2014), [cited February 08, 2020]; 40(1): 65-76. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201



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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat (2014) Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment. AJVS, 40 (1), 65-76. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201



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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat. 2014. Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment. Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 40 (1), 65-76. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201



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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat. "Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment." Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences 40 (2014), 65-76. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201



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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat. "Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment." Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences 40.1 (2014), 65-76. Print. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201



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Samir R. Nouh , Ahmed S. Korittum , Mohamed H. Elkammar, Wael M. Barakat (2014) Retrospective Study of the Surgical Affections of the Teat in Dairy Cows of Army Farms and their Successful Treatment. Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 40 (1), 65-76. doi:10.5455/ajvs.45201





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