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Fodder distributed among flood-hit livestock owners

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  8 Sep 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Staff Correspondent

Dibrugarh, Sept 7: The District Animal Husbandry and Veteriry Department, distributed fodder and other materials for the livestock owners in the flood relief camps set up at Dibrugarh and its adjacent areas. Veteriry officer, Dr Allauddin Khan of State Veteriry Dispensary, Dibrugarh, distributed 50 bags of 35 kg of wheat bran and 10 quintals of green grass among the livestock owners of Nutun Gaon, Thakurthan, Ghoramara, under Lekai Area. The green grass for livestock was provided by the District Veteriry Officer , Dr Budhin Bora and Mager, Khanikar Poultry Farm, Dr Himendu Baruah The district administration provided the wheat bran and other relief materials. The camp was organized at Lekai by the local populace was graced by the Deputy Commissioner, MS Manivann and ADC (Revenue) Lakhi ndan Gogoi. Manivann reviewed the relief works and expressed his satisfaction over the service of his officials. Similarly, the veteriry department also organized few veteriry medical camps at Maijan, flood relief camps. The Veteriry Officer, Dr Allauddin Khan and Dr Anta Gogoi distributed medicines for goat and cow. At Chandmari Ghat, Dr Khan vaccited the cattle for foot and mouth diseases and handed over 47 vials (2,350 doses) of Hemorrhagic septicemia to the Gaon Bura (Village Headman) of Charkholia Chapori. Veteriry Officer Dr Khan also conducted more veteriry treatment camps at various places including Lekai and some flood affected areas.

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