Lumpy skin diseases: in the state lumpy skin The risk of disease is increasing. so in the state cattle breeder Worried about 2 thousand 100 animals have died due to lumpy skin so far in the state. In this background, the state Revenue, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development Minister Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil has given some instructions to the doctors. Doctors should not be lax. Vikhe Patil has suggested that careful planning should be done to reduce the mortality rate.
So far 2 thousand 100 animals have died due to lumpy disease in the state. The lumpy disease should not spread widely. Vikhe Patil has instructed to plan carefully to reduce the mortality rate in case of infection. Vikhe Patil was addressing a meeting of the State Task Force on Lumpy Disease at Nijjan Bhawan in Solapur. On this occasion MLAs Subhash Deshmukh, Sachin Kalyanshetty, Rajendra Raut, Sadhan Awtade, Ranjitsinh Mohite-Patil, Animal Husbandry Commissioner Sachindra Pratap Singh, State Task Force President Dr. Bikane, Collector Milind Hundkar, Municipal Commissioner P. Shiv Shankar, Chief Executive Officer Dilip Swami , Superintendent of Police Tejashwi Satpute and other dignitaries were present.
don’t let the animals die
The death rate of cows due to lumpi disease is increasing continuously in the state. Vikhe Patil said that the task force officials should research this and find out the exact cause of death and suggest what measures should be taken. Cattle are the property of pastoralists. Don’t let the animals die. Vikhe Patil also said that care should be taken that recovered animals do not mix with non-diseased animals. The task force should conduct online workshops and guide all district wise veterinary officers and doctors in the state. Proper guidance should be given in the workshop regarding examination, diagnosis and treatment of animals. Village wise maps should be prepared by the veterinary officers. Animals should be treated under supervision. Vikhe-Patil also said that local doctors should not be lax in this.
Ambulance to be taken from 15th Finance Commission
An ambulance can be taken from the 15th Finance Commission if vehicles are required for vaccination in the district. Along with this, driverless ambulance should be taken with the District Health Officer for three months. These ambulances can be used for vaccination. Vikhe-Patil also suggested speeding up vaccination by using two ambulances in talukas where livestock is abundant.
Vaccination of one crore 8 lakh animals completed
There are 1 crore 40 lakh animals in the state and 1 crore 15 lakh vaccines have been provided. All are being vaccinated rapidly and 1 crore 8 lakh animals have been vaccinated. At present 52 thousand animals are infected and 2 thousand 100 animals have died. Since there was no buffalo involved, transport of buffalo was allowed. With timely decision and rapid introduction of immunization, lumps are being reduced in 2000 villages. Desperate animals are decreasing, now patients of minor diseases are being found.
Death rate will not decrease without vaccination
Dr. The task force was of the opinion that without complete immunization the mortality rate would not come down. Bikane said. The dead include old, sick animals, pregnant, young calves. In such a situation, the livestock owners should take care of such animals. He predicted that the lumpy disease patients would be gone in the next eight to 10 days.