2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.smallrumres.2017.04.001
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Impact of parasitism in goat production

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“…A high contribution of skin rejection (56%) due to external parasites has been reported in Ethiopian tanneries [14]. Different studies explained the impact of ectoparasites on the skin damage in the world [13,14]. This might be indicating us the continuous existence of mange mite infection in the study district despite the regular acariced campaign conducting to all small ruminants all over Tigray region every year.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 83%
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“…A high contribution of skin rejection (56%) due to external parasites has been reported in Ethiopian tanneries [14]. Different studies explained the impact of ectoparasites on the skin damage in the world [13,14]. This might be indicating us the continuous existence of mange mite infection in the study district despite the regular acariced campaign conducting to all small ruminants all over Tigray region every year.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 83%
“…Our nding was higher than the previous ndings by [10] in Shaba leather industry and less than the ndings of [11] in Amhara region. A high contribution of skin rejection (56%) due to external parasites has been reported in Ethiopian tanneries [14]. Different studies explained the impact of ectoparasites on the skin damage in the world [13,14].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An alternate pathogenetic mechanism was presented by Fetterer and Rhoads [ 8 ], who described that the helminth produced a haemolytic factor that caused distinct morphological changes on the surface of erythrocytes of affected sheep. Nevertheless, the primary consequence of the infection is the significant reduction in the production of infected animals, which includes a decrease in the growth of young animals, a decrease in milk production of lactating animals and in fibre production [ 9 ]. In the end, all these result in severe economic losses for farmers [ 10 ].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Till now most data on the host-parasite interactions are accumulated through ovine (sheep) studies [12,16]. Helminthes in the abomasum and related area of host still remains as one of the major threats that is responsible for weight loss, anemia, reduced performance and production in goat [17,18].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%