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    In Kirkuk, precautionary measures are being taken against imported livestock

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    In Kirkuk, precautionary measures are being taken against imported livestock Empty In Kirkuk, precautionary measures are being taken against imported livestock

    Post by Rocky Tue 05 Mar 2024, 4:56 am

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    [size=52]In Kirkuk, precautionary measures are being taken against imported livestock[/size]

    [size=45]They stand at the first barrier wall and are part of unknown soldiers who work in a distinctive manner, identifying disease sites and moving on them. They can be described as the “white army” that complements workers in the health sector.[/size]
    [size=45]The Veterinary Hospital Department in Kirkuk revealed a number of important measures affecting the productive sector of sheep and poultry and diseases that spread among livestock, declaring at the same time that Kirkuk is free of the “green tongue” disease that affects Iraqi sheep.[/size]
    [size=45]Green tongue is an epidemic that affects sheep, cows, and ruminants in general. It is caused by a virus transmitted by insects. There are feral ruminants that are infected with the disease but are not affected by it and are considered at the same time to be a reservoir of the epidemic, which often leads to the death of sheep, but it does not represent a threat to human life.[/size]
    [size=45]In this regard, the director of the veterinary hospital in Kirkuk, Dr. Mansour Ahmed Al-Bayati, said, “The first cases of greentongue disease appeared in the village of Al-Khazir in the Al-Zab district, southwest of Kirkuk, followed by the districts of Al-Abbasi, Al-Riyadh, Sarklan, and Yaji, and after 15 sheep were confirmed infected in that area.” Areas: A ban was imposed and the transport of sheep was prohibited in these areas a month and a half ago, and the hospital was able to impose a complete cordon on them and prevent its spread.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Bayati added, “Insects such as mosquitoes and others are the cause of this disease among ruminant animals, especially sheep. This disease results from a virus that causes fever and ulcers in the mouth, and in some cases turns the animal’s tongue blue, and it can be very dangerous for sheep and cows.” “But thanks to the efforts of the workers and relevant authorities, we were able to control this disease completely.”[/size]
    [size=45]According to Al-Bayati, “The Ministry of Agriculture’s recent announcement facilitating entry procedures for sheep and cows was present, but a number of procedures were shortened and additional numbers were entered for the purpose of controlling meat prices in the markets because prices rose significantly,” indicating that “imported sheep are quarantined for 15 days and are subjected to examination.” Direct examination by veterinarians to determine that they are free of diseases and in complete safety.”[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding foot-and-mouth disease, Al-Bayati said, “Kirkuk recorded two confirmed cases among buffaloes in the Taza district and the Laylan district, south of Kirkuk. The locations of the two cases were blocked and any buffaloes or cows were prevented from being removed from them to control this disease that appeared a few days ago, and the rest of the regions are free of this disease.” This disease appears in the second month of each month, and we control the disease completely.”[/size]
    [size=45]Foot-and-mouth disease is a viral disease that is often not fatal, but it is very contagious. It affects cows and pigs, as well as goats, sheep, and other animals such as elephants and mice. Horses are not infected with this disease, and it rarely affects humans, and its symptoms appear in the mouths of infected cows.[/size]
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