South American camelids

South American camelids

include alpaca, guanaco, llama, vicuna.
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After reviewing the equipment and medicines, he walks through the medicine and surgery of cattle, sheep and goats, South American camelids, pigs, and poultry.
The sheep's hair follicle group consisting of 3 primary follicles and several secondaries is similar to that of cashmere and mohair goat breeds (Ansari-Renani, 2010) and South American camelids (Frank et al.
For veterinary professionals, animal behaviorists, students, and those caring for animals in captivity, Tynes, an animal behavior consultant who previously practiced small and exotic animal medicine, compiles 20 chapters that discuss the behavior of 17 species and groups of exotic pets, including snakes, parrots, lizards, ferrets, rabbits, rats, gerbils, chinchillas, prairie dogs, South American camelids, hedgehogs, and sugar gliders.
South American camelids have been considered to be resistant to the disease, although lethal bluetongue infection in 1 alpaca was suggested in a recent report (8).
In Peru, the National Council of South American Camelids has developed techniques for capturing and harvesting wool from wild vicunas, and has taught and supervised campesinos in vicuna management.
Biology, ecology and the relationships to man of the South American camelids.
Vicunas, which may be alpacas' wild ancestors, are one of four South American camelids.
Ovarian function and endocrinology in South American camelids.
This collection of studies was gathered from a symposium held in Germany to exchange scientific information on the textile production of animal fibers from South American Camelids.
This edition incorporates game birds, South American camelids, and ostriches, and it reinstates the chapter on horses and adds chapters reflecting understanding of welfare science, ethics, and the role of society in ensuring the best possible farm conditions, covering general principles of good husbandry and its impact on animal welfare, behavior as an indicator of welfare, and the assessment, implementation, and promotion of high standards.
European symposium on South American Camelids and DECAMA European Seminar (4th: 2004: Gottingen, Germany) Ed.

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