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Health and Production of Greek Organic Pig Farming: Current situation and perspectives
For many years, outdoor pig farming has been one of the most important livestock production sectors in Greece. Since the 1960s, the introduction of high-yielding pig genotypes, under intensive production systems, has ...
Prevalence of lameness and of associated claw disorders in Greek dairy cattle industry
The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of lameness as well as the prevalence of claw-horn disruptions, abnormal claw shape and dermatitis in lame cows in Greek dairy farms and to evaluate their risk factors. ...
Epidemiological survey of cestode-larva disease in Greek sheep flocks
The epidemiological status of hydatidosis, cysticercosis, and gid in sheep and the production practices of sheep farmers that increase the risk of exposure of sheep to infecting agents of these diseases were investigated ...
Biological, seasonal and environmental factors associated with Pulex irritans infestation of dairy goats in Greece
The objectives of the present study were to study the fauna of fleas infesting dairy goats in Greece, the spectrum of hosts each flea species infests, identify risk factors in the environment, and goat management practices ...
Isolation of Mycoplasma bovis from bovine clinical mastitis cases in Northern Greece
Mycoplasnia bovis was detected in 18/219 (8.2%) quarter milk samples collected from cases of bovine clinical mastitis in Northern Greece between November 1997 and March 1999. The cases occurred in 2/37 (5.4%) of the herds ...