Livestock

Benazir Bhutto University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Sakrand to start Smart Classes

University announced that the last date for submission of admission forms is 9th Jan while the entry test will be…

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8 million families are economically dependent on livestock sector

Covid-19 and floods have adversely affected the agriculture but livestock continues to be source of livelihood for the people –…

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Red Sindhi Cow: A Popular Milch Cattle Breed for Huge Milk Production

The Red Sindhi breed has been exported to over 20 countries, including the United States, Australia, the Philippines, Brazil, and…

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Scores of cattle found infected in Hyderabad rural areas

Around 700 animals were treated at Veterinary Camps established by Sindh Agriculture University Tando Jam. Tando Jam The Veterinary Camps…

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Sindh Agri University sets up Mobile Veterinary Team for treatment of animals

A camp for rain-affected animals is also working in Faculty of Animal Husbandry. Students under the auspices of Self-Help Society…

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What pastoralism teaches us about adapting to climate change?

Pastoralists in Gujarat depend on time-tested strategies to adapt to climate change. But they are invisible in state policies and…

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Pakistan’s rare woman cattle trader

37-year Sidra, who graduated from Karachi University and served PIA for six years, has run successful meat business for four…

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Pakistan’s livestock sector shows lowest annual growth

In 2020, the livestock industry contributed 60.6 % to overall agriculture and 11.7 % to the GDP; VC Sindh Agriculture…

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STUDY FINDS TOXICITY IN ANIMAL MILK IN SINDH

Unhealthy fodder develops Aflatoxin in animal milk, which is harmful for human health. Aflatoxin, a kind of toxin, is released…

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Veterinary experts warn cattle owners of Warble Fly Virus

Sindh Agriculture University has formed a team of veterinary experts to deal with Lumpy Skin Disease; offers technical assistance to…

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