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Summary

            This study was conducted in North Kordofan State during the different seasons of the year. A total of 116 swabs from different wound types of 93 donkeys and 23 horses, were cultured for aerobic bacteria. More bacterial isolates were obtained from donkeys (131) than horses (27). Staphyococcus  aureus and Entrococcus faecalis were the most dominant species. Bacillus firmus and Listeria spp. were isolated from donkeys only. A total of 158 bacterial isolates was obtained during the different seasons of the year, the majority of which (63 isolates) were isolated during summer.  These isolates were mainly recovered from saddle wounds.

 
 
   
 
 

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