Straw feed should be given to the protected cattle

Mainpuri The Kanha shelter in TP Nagar was inspected by ADM B Ram on Saturday. The deployed staff were asked to properly look after the protected cattle in the cowshed. They should be provided with straw, feed and water in good time. None of the cows preserved in the Goshala should be hungry. There was enough feed and straw in the cowshed.
ADM B Ram said the veterinary authorities should care for the protected cattle on a regular basis. Muhumpaka, Khurpka vaccines should always be used. A sufficient amount of medication should be available in the cowshed so that sick animals can be administered if necessary. Proper care of animals in summer. Water is always available in the nandas so that the animals can drink water in good time when they are thirsty. Particular attention should be paid to cleanliness. The sick cattle should be treated by keeping them in separate enclosures. Particular attention should be paid to dairy cows and young children. The money received from milk should be deposited according to the rules. All records should be overdue. The incoming straw forage should be marked. The sale of milk, cow dung and manure should also be held fully accountable. ADM said cattle should not be kept in the open field at full lunchtime. In the afternoon, the animals should be kept in permanently built halls and cans. The health of all cattle should be checked regularly. All cattle should be vaccinated from time to time. Nandi, the horns of which are pointed, should be cut with priority. All calves up to one year old should be neutered.

Mainpuri The Kanha shelter in TP Nagar was inspected by ADM B Ram on Saturday. The deployed staff were asked to properly look after the protected cattle in the cowshed. They should be provided with straw, feed and water in good time. None of the cows preserved in the Goshala should be hungry. There was enough feed and straw in the cowshed.

ADM B Ram said the veterinary authorities should care for the protected cattle on a regular basis. Muhumpaka, Khurpka vaccines should always be used. A sufficient amount of medication should be available in the cowshed so that sick animals can be administered if necessary. Proper care of animals in summer. Water is always available in the nandas so that the animals can drink water in good time when they are thirsty. Particular attention should be paid to cleanliness. The sick cattle should be treated by keeping them in separate enclosures. Particular attention should be paid to dairy cows and young children. The money received from milk should be deposited according to the rules. All records should be overdue. The incoming straw forage should be marked. The sale of milk, cow dung and manure should also be held fully accountable. The ADM said cattle should not be kept in the open field at full noon. In the afternoon, the animals should be kept in permanently built halls and cans. The health of all cattle should be checked regularly. All cattle should be vaccinated from time to time. Nandi, the horns of which are pointed, should be cut with priority. All calves up to one year old should be neutered.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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