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SKUAST-J Organizes Successful Animal Health Awareness Camp in R S Pura
6/18/2024 10:13:04 PM
Early Times Report

R S Pura, June 18: In a commendable effort to promote animal health and improve dairy farming practices, the Division of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu (SKUAST-J) organized an Animal Health Awareness Camp at Village Kang, R S Pura. The camp was held under the esteemed guidance of Dr. B. N. Tripathi, Honorable Vice-Chancellor of SKUAST-J, and Dr. Rajesh Katoch, Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry.
The event saw enthusiastic participation from 30 dedicated dairy farmers and was organized as part of the project titled “Strategies for Enhancing Milk Production by Improvised Managemental Practices in Dairy Cattle During Transition Period.” This initiative received generous funding from the J&K Science Technology and Innovation Council, Department of Science and Technology, Jammu.
Dr. Anil Kumar Pandey, the Project Investigator, alongside Dr. Sharad Kumar, Co-Principal Investigator, and Dr. Nikhar, a postgraduate student, led the camp’s activities under the advisory of Dr. Utsav Sharma, Head of the Division of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics. The team treated approximately 100 dairy animals, distributing essential dewormer drugs, mineral mixtures, and anti-parasitic medicines.
Comprehensive pregnancy diagnoses were performed to identify anestrus and repeat breeding animals. Farmers received valuable advice and treatment plans for infertile dairy cattle and buffaloes. Additionally, artificial insemination was successfully conducted on estrus synchronized cows, emphasizing the program’s focus on effective feeding and management practices during the pregnancy period of dairy cattle.
The camp not only provided immediate health benefits to the animals but also equipped the farmers with crucial knowledge on improving their dairy management practices. This initiative stands as a testament to SKUAST-J’s commitment to advancing veterinary sciences and enhancing dairy farming practices in the region
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