Common Livestock Diseases During Winter and Summer

Bacteria have two types of survival where they are vulnerable to grow in extreme weather season. That is why scientist and agriculturist alike have concluded the common livestock diseases during winter and summer. However, for every problem that comes out is with a solution that responds. Though in some cases, there are sacrifices among farmers when they are attacked by the diseases caused by the bacteria present in their animals. The known reason why animals get infected with diseases and susceptible to bacteria is because of its exposure on transportation during the season where it is enormously infected. Just imagine how many animals are transported in a day, and how many are hit by diseases.

The most common disease known is the Bovine fasciolosis that is found in cattle. This is also known as Liver Fluke. Yearlings get infected easily and it does not limit its risk to other animals of all ages like horse, pigs, and many among others. A fluke can lay 20,000 eggs maximum the reason why it easily disseminates to others. In order to prevent this from happening, always maintain a clean environment for your animals. Once an animal is infected with this, immediately segregate that animal from the others. Apply the necessary vaccine to control and treat other animals that have not been infected. Inform the authority eventually so your local government can act on it.

By not controlling this epidemic, it will likely affect the health of your entire livestock, which cost you more economic devaluation. This is the first implication that you would think. However, if you are not responsible enough, it will likely affect other farms. When winter and summer season comes, always have a health check for your animals. If there are any sudden changes with their condition, it means something is wrong with them. You as a farmer should know what to do. You should also think of the welfare of your family and other people because we can sometimes be vulnerable to the diseases animals develop in their system.

According to studies, other bacteria can live inside our livestock system on temperature were 7.7 to 22.9°C for summer and -24.5 to -3.8°C for winter. Just imagine how many diseases can come out an adversely affect our livelihood and our health. It is best for us to be observant with the temperature. Ask now if we should yield animals on this season? If we must then what are the application we need to use in order for us to suffer epidemic such as Liver Fluke that is present during these seasons. Weigh things up and decide for the best.

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