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    Agriculture confirms the safety of livestock imported from Brazil

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    Agriculture confirms the safety of livestock imported from Brazil Empty Agriculture confirms the safety of livestock imported from Brazil

    Post by Rocky Tue Feb 27, 2024 5:48 pm

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    [size=52]Agriculture confirms the safety of livestock imported from Brazil[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Monday, the Veterinary Department of the Ministry of Agriculture confirmed the safety of 19,000 livestock imported from Brazil, denying the existence of any deaths among them, while indicating that unpleasant odors result from the accumulation of waste and ammonia, due to transporting animals over long distances, considering this a “natural matter.”[/size]
    [size=45]The Director General of the Department, Thamer Habib Hamza, said in an interview with the official media, followed by Al-Mada, that “the shipment of livestock imported from Brazil is intact and has been granted a veterinary health certificate for entry into Iraq, in addition to a permit certificate from the State of Brazil.” Hamza added, “The number of imported animals is 19,000 livestock, and this shipment has not arrived in Iraq yet,” going on to say: “Contact was made with the investor, who confirmed that there was no case of death on the ship.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stated that “the process of transporting animals from one country to another, if the distances are long, involves transit to clean up the waste and work to give the animals a break from traveling long distances, which is a natural thing in the process of transporting and importing animals from one country to another,” expressing his astonishment at the “statements.” “The Cape Town Tourism Municipality in South Africa indicated that there was a foul odor among the animals.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained that “unpleasant odors result from the accumulation of waste and ammonia, due to transporting animals over long distances, which is normal,” noting that “after the shipment arrives in Iraq, the necessary health measures will be taken, which is quarantining the animals and examining them completely, and after ensuring their safety, they will enter the country.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]Hamza continued, “Minister of Agriculture, Abbas Jabr al-Maliki, took the decision to import animals to deter the greed of merchants, which caused the prices of meat to rise in local markets, especially as we are approaching the holy month of Ramadan,” indicating that “this decision is one of the measures to reduce meat prices in local markets.” .[/size]
    [size=45]It is worth noting that the Minister of Agriculture, Abbas Jabr al-Maliki, directed last Wednesday to open the import of cows and sheep for the purpose of slaughter and breeding.[/size]
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