1st Edition

Impact of Climate Change on Livestock Health and Production

    314 Pages 7 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This volume of 30 chapters contributed by reputed authors covers:

    • Diversification of livestock and crops.
    • Integration of livestock systems with forestry and crop production.
    • Drought and heat wave tolerant varieties.
    • Strategies for reduction of Green House Gases emission from ruminants.
    • Application of GIS and remote sensing technologies.
    • Breeds with inherent genetic capabilities to adapt to climate change.

    This book also takes into account the climate change adaptation, mitigation practices, and policy frameworks for promotion of sustainable livestock and poultry production.

    This book is co-published with NIPA. Taylor and Francis does not sell or distribute its print and electronic editions in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

    1. Impact of Climate Change on Livestock Health and Production
    C Balachandran

    2. Climate Vulnerability and Resilient Agriculture in Odisha
    Pravat Kumar Roul

    3. Climate Smart Livestock Management System: Livestock Advisories to Negate the Impacts of Climate Change
    B S Rath

    4. Climate Change and Its Impact on Extreme Weather Events Livestock and Agriculture
    S C Sahu

    5. Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events
    Sandeep Pattnaik

    6. Climate-Smart Small Ruminant Production
    A Sahoo

    7. Physiological Response of Cattle to Climatic Stress
    S R Mishra

    8. Genomic Approaches to Identify Heat Tolerance in Livestock
    B P Mishra, Amit Kumar and B. Sajjanar

    9. Climate Change Impacts and Innovative Adoption Options for Smart Animal-Agriculture
    D B V Ramana

    10. Climate Effect on High Yielding Animals: Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies
    T K Mohanty and Mukesh Bhakat

    11. Heat Stress and Its Implications on Large Animals
    Swagat Mohapatra and A K Kundu

    12. Strategic Feeding Practices for Sustainable Livestock Production in Rain-fed Areas
    R K Swain, S K Mishra and Kamdev Sethy

    13. Nutritional Intervention in Changing Climatic Situation
    Kamdev Sethy, R K Swain and S K Mishra

    14. Role of Nano-Selenium in Poultry Production and Reproduction
    S K Mishra, K Sethy, P S Swain et al.

    15. Climate Change: Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies in Agriculture and Livestock Sector
    H N Malik, A Panda, D P Das, et al.

    16. Gynaecological Interventions to Mitigate the Adverse Climatic Factor in High Yielding Dairy Animals
    P C Mishra

    17. Innovative Adaptation Strategies for Control of Green House Gas (GHG) Production Through Smart-Animal Agriculture
    Basudev Behera

    18. Startegies for the Conservation of Livestock Breeds in Agro-climatic Zones of Tamil Nadu
    S Vasantha Kumar

    19. Sustainability of Climate Resilient Livestock Conservation Strategies in India
    S K Dash

    20. Genetic Diversity of Livestock and Poultry under Changing Climate Scenario: Strategies and Operations
    Sanat Mishra

    21. Impact of Climate Change on Poultry Health and Production
    C Balachandran

    22. Effect of Climate Change on Sustainable Backyard Poultry Production
    N C Behura and L. Samal

    23. Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies of Climate Change for Backyard Poultry
    M K Padhi and B C Das

    24. Nutritional and Management Practices of Poultry Under Extreme Hot and Humid Condition
    A K Panda and B C Das

    25. Identifi cation of HSP-70 Gene in Ganjam Goat: DNA Extraction, PCR and Electrophoresis
    Chinmoy Mishra and G D Nayak

    26. Impact of Climatic Variables on Physiological Haemato-biochemical Profi le of Poultry
    Pravas Ranjan Sahoo

    27. Application of Nanotechnology in Biology and Its Impact on Climate Change
    Priyabrat Swain

    28. Proteomics as a Potential Tool to Study the Effects of Climate Change in Aquatic Organisms
    Mohan R Badhe and J Mohanty

    29. Introduction to R-statistics
    D K Karna

    30. Application of Basic Statistics for Analysis for Climate Related Data and Designing Experiment for Measurement of Climatic Effect
    G D Nayak, K K Sardar and B C Das

    31. Climate Change and Policy Interventions for Livestock Sector
    Gopal Krushna Tripathy


    Gangadhar Nayak is presently working as Professor and Head, Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics in College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT), Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He has published 02 books and more than 95 research papers in national and international journals.

    Kautuk Kumar Sardar is presently working as Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology at the Odisha University of Agriculture & Technology, Bhubaneswar. He is MVSc Gold Medalist from OUAT and Ph.D. from ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, Bareilly, UP with brilliant academic record. He is an eminent pharmacologist with over 28 years of vast experience in teaching, research and extension.Dr. Sardar has published more than 100 research papers in journals of National and International repute with publication of four manuals; fi ve compendia; over 100 abstracts. He has attended more than 34 National Conferences in India; delivered several lecture-cum-practical demonstrations including 12 invited lectures at different trainings, workshops, seminars and conferences; adjudged as Member, editorial board and referee to various International and National Journals of repute; acted as Course Co-ordinator of ICAR-Winter School; delivered many TV and radio talks on various issues related with livestock health and production. He has been conferred with “National Alarsin Award (Indian Veterinary Association - 2000); Member, National Academy of Veterinary Sciences, India (2005); Member, National Academy of Sciences, India (2009); Member, National Academy of Biological Sciences, India (2012); Indian Society of Veterinary Medicine Appreciation Award (2012) as well as IAAVR - Dr. R. M. Sojatia Memorial Award (2016). Under his able guidance, more than 20 scholars have successfully completed their Masters’ and PhD Degree in Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology as well as in other disciplines of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.

    Bhabesh Chandra Das is presently working as Assistant Professor in College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT), Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He has published 09 books and more than 108 articles in the national and international journals.

    Debiprasanna Das is presently working as Assistant Professor in College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT), Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He was University topper at Master level and awarded with 06 Gold medals from TANUVAS. He was also recipient of INSPIRE fellowship of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India for his Ph.D degree. He is presently an Executive Member of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathology(IAVP). He has published more than 47 articles in the national and international journals.