Vaccination in sick animals – sick animals could not get the vaccine even after a week

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Talbehat. The helplessness of the staff and officials of the veterinary office is that they do not obey the orders of the head veterinary office. After three days of placing the order, the animals in Rajavan village did not even start vaccinating. This has caused a lot of resentment among the farmers.
Village Rajavan of the development block was taken over by the MP this time. The cattle of this village are currently struggling with a disease called Gallaghontu. Because of this, many animals have died and many are sick. Veterinarians claim that the village cattle owners went to the veterinary clinic to treat sick animals but did not attend to their problems. For this reason, the animal owners have to have the animals treated by private individuals.
Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. SP Singh said on Wednesday that animals should be vaccinated in Razawan. Even after three days of his order, the animals in the village could not get a vaccine.
In this regard, when he was informed on Friday that he was not vaccinated by speaking to him, he said that he had seen the matter. They were informed by the subordinates that they would get the vaccine in the village.
Animals are vaccinated in Bhadauna. Animals die due to lack of vaccinations in Rajavan. Veterinary officers do not come for information.
– Representative of the village chief of Bunty Dubey Rajavan
Vaccination of animals for disease prevention
Lalitpur. On Friday, Krishi Vigyan Kendra organized a one-day training session in Maheshpura on how to protect and prevent animals from rain-borne diseases. It informed about vaccinations to protect animals from diseases.
Veterinarian Dr. Maroof Ahmed informed the farmers about various animal diseases and their prevention and also solved other problems of the animal owners. He advised vaccinations to prevent fatal diseases in animals.
He said that the animals were strangled during the rainy season. In which animals also die. Farmers can protect their cattle from this disease by having their throats vaccinated from the rain. That being said, there are also many outbreaks of mites and mites in animals. Because of this, the diseases babesiosis and thylleriosis occur in animals. As a control, two ml of cypermethrin or flumethrin are called. The medicine should be mixed in a liter of water and applied to the bodies of animals with clothes, etc. This kills the mites and prevents this disease. Dr. Dinesh Tiwari, Dr. Sarita Devi, Dr. NK Pandey, Dr. Nitin Yadav and two dozen villagers in attendance.

Talbehat. The helplessness of the staff and officials of the veterinary office is that they do not obey the orders of the head veterinary office. After three days of placing the order, the animals in Rajavan village did not even start vaccinating. This has caused a lot of resentment among the farmers.

Village Rajavan of the development block was taken over by the MP this time. The cattle of this village are currently struggling with a disease called Gallaghontu. Because of this, many animals have died and many are sick. Veterinarians claim that the village cattle owners went to the veterinary clinic to treat sick animals but did not attend to their problems. For this reason, the animal owners have to have the animals treated by private individuals.

Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. SP Singh said on Wednesday that animals should be vaccinated in Razawan. Even after three days of his order, the animals in the village could not get a vaccine.

In this regard, when he was informed on Friday that he was not vaccinated by speaking to him, he said that he had seen the matter. They were informed by the subordinates about the procurement of the vaccine in the village.

Animals are vaccinated in Bhadauna. Animals die due to lack of vaccinations in Rajavan. Veterinary officers do not come for information.

– Representative of the village chief of Bunty Dubey Rajavan

Vaccination of animals for disease prevention

Lalitpur. On Friday, Krishi Vigyan Kendra organized a one-day training session in Maheshpura on how to protect and prevent animals from rain-borne diseases. It informed about vaccinations to protect animals from diseases.

Veterinarian Dr. Maroof Ahmed informed the farmers about various animal diseases and their prevention and also solved other problems of the animal owners. He advised vaccinations to prevent fatal diseases in animals.

He said that the animals were strangled during the rainy season. In which animals also die. Farmers can protect their cattle from this disease by having their throats vaccinated from the rain. That being said, there are also many outbreaks of mites and mites in animals. Because of this, the diseases babesiosis and thylleriosis occur in animals. As a control, two ml of cypermethrin or flumethrin are called. The medicine should be mixed in a liter of water and applied to the bodies of animals with clothes, etc. This kills the mites and prevents this disease. Dr. Dinesh Tiwari, Dr. Sarita Devi, Dr. NK Pandey, Dr. Nitin Yadav and two dozen villagers in attendance.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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