Dystocia in an ewe due to ventro-transverse presentation-A case report

Title: Dystocia in an ewe due to ventro-transverse presentation-A case report

Authors: PR Kumar, S Prawez, NK Singh, R Nimmanapalli, M Kumar and SN Shukla

Source: Ruminant Science (2016)-5(1):101-102.

Cite this reference as: Kumar PR, Prawez S, Singh NK, Nimmanapalli R, Kumar M and Shukla SN (2016). Dystocia in an ewe due to ventro-transverse presentation-A case report. Ruminant Science 5(1):101-102.


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