Lumpy Virus Cases: Jalgaon, Ahmednagar, Akola, Pune, Dhule, Latur, Aurangabad, Beed, Satara, Buldhana, Amravati, Osmanabad, Sangli, Solapur, Kolhapur (Kolhapur) as well as In some areas of Nashik districts the present situation in cow category livestock Lumpy turns out to be an outbreak of skin disease. 1,05,300 Goat Pox Vaccine quantity has been immediately made available from the Zilla Parishad Cess Fund through Animal Husbandry Department Zilla Parishad Nashik to prevent the outbreak of the disease.
Joint Commissioner Animal Husbandry, Disease Investigation Department, Aundh , Pune according to the sample inspection report of Pangri and Dusangwadi in Nashik district, According to the guidelines of Animal Husbandry Department, a total of 7800 cattle from Pangri Khurd, Mithsagare, Phulenagar, Maldhon, Vavi, Pimperwadi, Ghotewadi, Kahandalwadi and Sayale were tested positive for lumpy disease in Sinnar villages. Vaccination against Lumpy Disease has been completed.
Meanwhile as this disease is spread through the bite of Gochid / Cow / Mosquito / Mosquito, in order to prevent this disease immediately, every Gram Panchayat 15th Finance Commission of Gochid / Cow / Mosquito in every village. / Regarding providing spraying drugs for the elimination of mosquitoes, all the Gram Sevaks / Village Development Officers in the district have already been informed by Hon. It has been ordered by Leena Bansod, Chief Executive Officer through the Group Development Officer.
In case of outbreak of Lumpy disease in the village in the district and within 5 km of the village. An immediate vaccination campaign will be carried out among all cattle in the area. Hon. Sachindra Pratap Singh, Commissioner Animal Husbandry Maharashtra State Storm Pune, it has been informed at the regional level that no fee should be charged for vaccination by the government and accordingly no fee will be charged from the animal husbandry for vaccination against lumpy skin disease. However, if necessary, the concerned livestock keepers of the district should cooperate with the animal husbandry department to vaccinate their animals so that the outbreak of the disease can be brought under immediate control. has been done. 5 km from the affected village. All the above cattle above three months age group of Yenanya village in the vicinity of is through the nearest veterinary clinic. The District Animal Husbandry Officer of the Zilla Parishad appealed to the livestock keepers to cooperate in disease control. Done by Vishnu Gaje.
Under the Prevention and Control of Infectious and Contagious Diseases in Animals Act 2009, it is mandatory for animal breeders, non-governmental organizations, public organizations or village panchayats to report outbreaks of lampy skin disease to the nearest veterinary institution, administration immediately. The information has been given by the Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Parishad, Leena Bansod.
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