Successful therapeutic management of congenital goitre in goat kids

Successful therapeutic management of congenital goitre in goat kids

Title: Successful therapeutic management of congenital goitre in goat kids

Authors: NA Tufani, H Athar, MB Gugjoo, RA Ahmad and MR Fazili

Source: Ruminant Science (2017)-6(2):391-392.

Cite this reference as: Tufani NA, Athar H, Gugjoo MB, Ahmad RA and Fazili MR (2017). Successful therapeutic management of congenital goitre in goat kids. Ruminant Science 6(2):391-392.

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