STUDIES ON THE PREVALENCE OF FASCIOLIASIS IN SLAUGHTERED GOATS IN BAUCHI NORTH SENATORIAL ZONE ABATTOIRS BAUCHI STATE, NIGERIA

  • Usman Alhaji Mohammed Nigerian Army University Biu
  • A. A. Omar
  • Y. D. Malann
Keywords: Bauchi North, Fasciolosis, Prevalence, Slaughtered Goats

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Published
2023-04-30
How to Cite
Alhaji MohammedU., Omar A. A., & Malann Y. D. (2023). STUDIES ON THE PREVALENCE OF FASCIOLIASIS IN SLAUGHTERED GOATS IN BAUCHI NORTH SENATORIAL ZONE ABATTOIRS BAUCHI STATE, NIGERIA. FUDMA JOURNAL OF SCIENCES, 7(2), 42 - 44. https://doi.org/10.33003/fjs-2023-0702-1704