SAU sets up animal medical camp


The management of Sindh Agriculture University (SAU) Tando Jam has set up a animal medical camp for free of cost treatment of animals of rain affected cattle owners. The Animal Husbandry Department of the Sindh Government has provided medicines to the camp, the university spokesman informed here on Saturday.

On the directives of the Vice Chancellor Dr. Fateh Marri, a team of veterinary experts led by Professor Dr. Ahmed Nawaz Tunio, Chairman of the Department of Surgery, has set up a temporary medical camp in front of AH&VS Faculty, near Hyderabad-MirpurKhas Road, where animals affected by the rains are being treated, the spokesman informed and added, hundreds of animals have so far been diagnosed in the said camp.

Dr. Ahmad Nawaz Tunio said that the team has been engaged in diagnosing and treating the animals of the affected farmers.

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