Diseases in Camels

The camels are very strong herbivores but still, there are very few diseases specific to the camels like mange, trypanosomiasis, and lameness, etc.

A Mysterious Disease is Killing Camels in Sahara

A SOS call from the camel herders A number of camel owners and breeders in the area of ​​Mahamid al-Ghazlan called for a “quick” and “active” solution from the local authorities and veterinarians for the issue of “camel mortality” that has affected the herds of some of the nomadic camels in the region amid great …

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Ticks hiding here somewhere

How to Chase the Camels’ Ticks?

Ticks are the blood-sucking insects and indirectly causing tick born diseases. The best way is to control through Biological means. They become very active in the night when there is dark and the weather is mild. I would like you also read the ethnoveterinary measures of the camel herders to control such troubleshooting.Ethnoveterinary treatments by …

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International Camel Conference at Islamia University Bahawalpur Pakistan

The International Camel Conference (ICC) under the patronage of Camel Association of Pakistan and the Islamia University of Bahawalpur was organized in Baghdad campus of Islamia University (19-21 Dec 2013). Bahawalpur being the city of the great Thar desert and home of camel culture was the right choice for this event. Many scientists, research scholars, …

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Camels’ headache! And now Orf

I received a report about the swelling head disease from a colleague from Mithi district of province Sindh in Pakistan. He has sent me some pictures of the affected camels also. They are upset with the situation and already 37 camels are dead due to this disease. A colleague said, they tried to isolate bacteria …

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