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Approaches in Poultry, Dairy & Veterinary Sciences

Journal Id - JF3661

eISSN - 2576-9162

pISSN - XXXX-XXXX

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Publish By - Approaches in Poultry, Dairy & Veterinary Sciences

Language - English

Published Year - 2017

specialization - The APDV journal is a worldwide contributor to various research topics of veterinary science and its related subjects. It provides regular book reviews and a short communications section. This journal primarily includes topical reviews and commentaries on the features of dairy and veterinary fields. The APDV journal is the leading source for international reports on animal health programs and preventive veterinary medicine. This journal mainly focuses on the epidemiology of domestic and wild animals, costs of epidemic and endemic diseases in animals, the latest methods in veterinary epidemiology, disease control or relationships between veterinary medicine and animal production, and development of new techniques in diagnosing, recording, evaluating and controlling diseases in animal populations.

Publish By - Approaches in Poultry, Dairy & Veterinary Sciences

Description - Crimson Publishers: The Dairy and Veterinary Sciences journal is a worldwide contributor to various research topics of veterinary science and its related subjects. It provides regular book reviews and a short communications section. This journal primarily includes topical reviews and commentaries on the features of dairy and veterinary fields. The APDV journal is the leading source for international reports on animal health programs and preventive veterinary medicine. This journal mainly focuses on the epidemiology of domestic and wild animals, costs of epidemic and endemic diseases in animals, the latest methods in veterinary epidemiology, disease control or relationships between veterinary medicine and animal production, and development of new techniques in diagnosing, recording, evaluating and controlling diseases in animal populations.