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SKUAST- J organises infertility, animal health awareness camp

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R S PURA: Under the dynamic leadership of Prof. J.P. Sharma, Vice-Chancellor, SKUAST-Jammu, an Infertility and Animal Health Awareness camp was organized by the Division of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry at village Jinder Mehlu of block R S Pura. The camp was inaugurated by Dr. Mohinder Singh Bhadwal, Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry in the presence of Shri Shyam Gorka, President, Jinder Mehlu Farmers Friend Club.
Around 75 farmers attended the camp, wherein 91 animals were treated for various reproductive problems such as anestrous, subestrous and repeat breeding conditions. Ultrasound machine was efficiently used for the examination of dairy animals especially for early pregnancy diagnosis. Free veterinary medicine for external & internal parasites as well as health supportive mineral mixture were distributed among all the attending farmers for their animals. Specific treatment for the infertile animals were also given which included protocol based hormonal estrus induction for doing fixed time insemination so that animals may be bred at the predicted time and becomes productive after conceiving.
Dr. Bhadwal, Dean Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, while addressing the gathering, informed them about the availability of various diagnostic and treatment facilities for animals at the Referral Veterinary Hospital of the Faculty at R. S. Pura and asked them to avail such facilities.
The programme was organized under the supervision of Dr. Utsav Sharma, HoD, Division of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics. He awared the gathering about reproductive management tips for dairy animals so that farmers by adopting such tips can prevent their animal becoming infertile.
The veterinary experts Dr. Anil Kumar Pandey, Dr. Sanjay Agarwal and Dr. Sudhir Kumar from the Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics division examined the animals. These experts also provided guidance and practical tips to the farmers for the prevention and control of various reproductive problems like uterine prolapsed, repeat breeding and anestrous problems. Postgraduate students of the division were also present in the camp.
Adv. Keshar Parveen, Panchayat Member; Chowdhary Fakeer Chand, Secretary Farmers Club, Seema Devi, Sarpanch Panchayat, Jinder and other progressive farmers of the village were also present.

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