Journal of Buffalo Science

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About the Journal

Founder: Saber Mohamed Abd-Allah

Editor-in-Chief: Antonio Borghese View Profile
Abbreviated key title: J. Buffalo Sci.
ISSN (online):1927-520X   ISSN (print): 1927-5196
Published by: Lifescience Global

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Announcement:  From 2020, the "Journal of Buffalo Science" has changed its publication frequency and turned into Open Access. The journal does not publish periodic issues anymore, and all articles will be published online immediately after acceptance under one annual volume.  

El búfalo de agua en Latinoamérica, hallazgos recientes (The water buffalo in Latin America, recent updates)

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Index Copernicus InternationalOCLC (WorldCat), World Health Organization – HINARI, Open J-Gate, Google Scholar, Genamics JournalSeek, EZB Nutzeranfragen, Resurchify, AGORAAdvanced Science IndexHEC Journal Recognition SystemScilitCAS (Chemical Abstracts Services)OpenAIRE | EXPLOREDRJIIJIFACTOR INDEXING, CNKI, ASCI

Scope and Topics of the Journal

The Journal of Buffalo Science covering all aspects of agricultural and veterinary sciences relating to buffaloes. The journal publishes original articles such as research articles, review articles, case reports, and short communications. The journal facilitates the distribution and implementation of new ideas and techniques relating to buffalo farming and medicine, with the ultimate aim of promoting the best practices. The journal is essential reading for students, scientists, and practitioners primarily engaged in buffalo-related agricultural and veterinary sciences.

All articles published in the journal are peer-reviewed. The complete publication process time is almost 4-6 weeks. No submission charges but If accepted for publication, authors are requested to pay an article processing fee per article. For further queries, authors can contact the publication manager at stella.dorothy (at)


The journal is addressed to both practicing professionals and researchers in the field of veterinary sciences for buffaloes, professionals in academia, former researchers and Ph.D. students, and other specialists interested in the results of scientific veterinary research.

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