July 09, 2019: Journal of Buffalo Science has been selected for coverage in Scopus products and services.

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JBS3asmallJuly 09, 2019: Journal of Buffalo Science has been selected for coverage in Scopus products and services. The publication will be indexed and abstracted in: Scopus

July 09, 2019: Journal of Buffalo Science included for coverage in Scopus

The Journal of Buffalo Science is now in its 9th successful year of publication and covers all aspects of agricultural and veterinary sciences research 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 a part of Lifescience Global Canada Inc., which published 15 other academic journals in different subject areas. The journal is also covered by abstracting agencies including OCLC (WorldCat), World Health Organization – HINARI, Open J-Gate, Google Scholar, Genamics JournalSeek, EZB Nutzeranfragen.

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About Journal of Buffalo Science

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 an essential reading for students, scientists and practitioners primarily engaged in buffalo related agricultural and veterinary sciences. View journal's current issue here.

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