Retracted: The Prevalence of Nematode Parasites in Sheep and Goat at Eastern Hararghe Administrative Zone, Haramaya Woreda of Six Kebeles and Haramaya University Shoat Farm

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Dugasa Hirpa Negewo

Abstract

The Thesis is conducted  on 11 Genera  of Nematode parasites  prevalence in sheep and Goats  at Eastern Hararghe Administrative Zone ,Haramaya  Woreda’s of six kebeles  and Haramaya University  Sheep and sheep and Goat   Farm by collecting of fecal sample or coprological examination  to identify  Eggs, species ,and adult  parasites  using  a qualitative  examination methods  and detecting  the prevalence  rate of  the species Egg Per-gram  of feces (EPG) such as :- Hemonchus 30%, Trichostrongylus 27%, Bunostomum 4%, Chabertia ovina 3%, Dictyaucaulus 1%, Trichuris 2%, Strongyloides 2%, Nematodirus 5%, cooperia 2%, Oesophagostomum 24% and meulleris 2%. Parasitological study  revealed  that of 327 infected sheep and goats ,the  majority of animals 316 out of 327(96.64%) were infected by more than one parasites  and only 11(3.36%) harbored  single or  pure infection. However, descriptive statistical analysis indicated that there is no significant difference (P>0.05) based on species, breeds, sex, age and Origin.

 

Retraction Notice: This paper has been retracted from the journal. This journal is determined to promote integrity in research publication. This retraction is in spirit of the same. After formal procedures editor(s) and publisher have retracted this paper on 24th July-2019. Related policy is available here: http://goo.gl/lI77Nn

Keywords:
Hemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Strongyloides, Strongylus bunostomum, Chabertia ovina, nematodiru, Dictayocaulus, cooperia, Trichuris, and mularis, and EPG of feces.

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Negewo, D. (2019). Retracted: The Prevalence of Nematode Parasites in Sheep and Goat at Eastern Hararghe Administrative Zone, Haramaya Woreda of Six Kebeles and Haramaya University Shoat Farm. South Asian Journal of Parasitology, 2(3), 1-10. Retrieved from http://journalsajp.com/index.php/SAJP/article/view/30079
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