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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University
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CoVS, RAMPURA PHUL ORGANISES ‘Veterinarian at Farmer’s Doorstep’ AT VILLAGE CHAUKE

April 28

College of Veterinary Science, Rampura Phul  started a programme ‘Veterinarian at Farmer’s Doorstep’ and organised interactive/personal consultancy, vaccination and treatment plan at Veterinary Hospital, Chauke, Rampura Phul, Bathinda in connection with 'World Veterinary Day’ . In the COVID crisis following all the reglations, the veterinarian reached to individual animal farmer without actually gathering masses. All the SOPs regarding the COVID -19 were strictly followed. The team of experts provided free consultation to the farmers regarding management, nutritional requirements/feed formulations of livestock and value addition of livestock products. Some of the owners also brought their livestock to the hospital for clinical examination and got their animals examined. Various university inputs such as area specific mineral mixture, uromin block, literature etc were made available to the farmers. The blood, urine, faecal samples of the animals were also collected and tested to provide precise diagnosis. The farmers were happy with the efforts of college faculty and appreciated their efforts.

Dr. Manish Kumar Chatli, Dean of the college informed the media that theme for this year “World Veterinary Day” is ‘Veterinarian Response to the COVID-19 Crisis’. He stressed on the fact that organisation of camps during the pandemic is not advisable, hence to reach out to the farmers door step for resolving their problems during this crisis period is the need of the hour.

Dr Inderjeet Singh, Vice Chancellor, GADVASU while appreciating the efforts of the faculty encouraged to organize such small events in different villages when it is not possible to organize large camps to exchange the scientific knowledge and techniques in this COVID crisis. He appreciated that COVS, Rampura Phul warriors for their response to the COVID crisis.


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