in Animal Health
For centuries Neem has been used in India provide health cover
to livestock in various forms. It has also very widely been used
as animal feed. Ancient Sanskrit literature indicates that Neem
applications were used by Nakul and Sahadeva in the epic of Mahabharata
as well as afterwards in a large number of indigenous prescriptions
every part of the tree is bitter and finds application in indigenous
medicine. Records exist that Neem has been used in a large number
of ailments in animals ranging from systemic disorders to infections
modern veterinary medicine Neem extracts are known to possess
anti-diabetic, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties and they
have been used successfully in cases of stomach worms and ulcers.
The stem and root bark and young fruits are reported to possess
astringent, tonic and anti-periodic properties. The root bark
is reported to be more active than the stem bark and young fruits.
The bark is reported to be beneficial in cutaneous diseases.
suppliers have a specially created Neem biomass which when added
to water forms an uniform suspension for external application
over the Animal body to remove external parasites like Ticks,
Fleas, Hornflies, Maggots to name but a few.
Mode of Action:
1. Feeding deterrence: Reduced ingestion and digestion of food.
2. Poor growth and development
3. Reduced longevity and fecundity
4. Oligospermia,reduced egg hatching,mating disruption,oviposition
5. Moulting failure.
6. Neem biomass has 136 liminoids and more,which simultaneously
act against external parasites,hence they do not develop resistance
against the product
of Neem oil has been evaluated in diabetes as antihyperlycaemic
agent. The Neem oil has shown antihyperglycaemic effect in dogs.
VH Effect of
azadirachtin on Damalinia ovis in sheep
Farming and Neem