Among these diseases, goat warble
fly infestation (GWFI) is the notorious and serious threat affecting the hide of the goat as well as milk and meat production.
It is pertinent to mention here, warble
flies pose a risk to farmers economic condition.
Before breeding the warble
flies the boxes were covered with gauze.
fly infested skin devalues up to 70% depending upon the intensity (Anonymous, 2008), which is the most important constraint in uplifting the market of hides and skins (Shafiq and Kakar, 2006; Shahid et al.
It is concluded that the commercial ELISA kit is a useful tool for the serodiagnosis of goat warble
fly infestation which provides a base line data for the control and future eradication program of this economically important parasite.
Turbo series alarms are available in seven different tones (continuous, intermittent, warble
, siren, whoop, staccato and chime), two volume levels and four terminations.
Melodious liquid warble
in the plum Tree tells the sinking year how to feel Its recession into grief as if a thorn Poked a nester in an old wounded heart Of stone from which slowly drips recognition All breathing human passion far above These days atonal as white noise Through bare branches cotton clouds drift by Last yellowed leaves catch lone rays of sun Going down into the motherless ocean A light plane buzzes off toward brown hills As shade drops over the next urban plot To prepare the air for what the dead don't know How swiftly we are coming to join them
In a Warble
of the Worlds, our Tom's a fella any woman would Dai for.
Sometimes shocking, but always hysterical, Carrington mixes raucous standup comedy with songs that sound sweet enough for an honest-to-goodness country balladeer to warble
Distribution of goats according to breed, age and sex for warble
Among various parasites warble
fly is considered to be a notorious threat to livestock population including cattle buffaloes sheep and goats (Khan et al.
The CHAID algorithm showed that grazing pattern as the most influencing factor for warble
fly prevalence, followed by the district locality.
That evening, back in the rocking chair, thumbing through the pages of my books, I found a bird's description that seemed to fit that of the bird call: "The bluebird of eastern North America sings with a cheerful, sweet warble
I'm afraid I find her voice a deep, muffled warble
which completely spoils her performance.
I would rather watch paint dry than Meryl Streep and Co warble
through Abba's back catalogue but who am I to go against the masses?