INDIAN VETERINARY ASSOCIATION, KERALA AN ANALYSIS OF FMD OU..
Massive FMD outbreak has implications in food safety and food security. Severe FMD outbreaks will adversely affect the livelihood of farmers and the economy of state. Hundred percentage vaccination coverage of susceptible population of domestic animals is required to create herd immunity and make the state FMD free. Heterogeneity of strains of various serotypes of FMD virus and thermo stability of the curren..
CIRCULAR ON KYASANUR FOREST DISEASE..
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CIRCULAR ON KYASANUR FOREST DISEASE SUB:- Control measures for prevention of Kyasanur Forest Disease Download Pdf Version Kyasanur forest disease is an arthropod borne viral disease discovered in shimoga district of Karnataka state during March-1957. ETIOLOGY:- The disease is caused by " B" group Arbo Virus. The agent KFD Virus is a RNA Genome Virus of the genus flavi virus, Family flavi viride. It is antigeni...
Mission Rabies programme..
As a preparation to Mission Rabies programme in September 2013, Twenty three Veterinary Doctors from Kottayam District who are participating in the Vaccination Drive were given pre exposure vaccination against rabies . IVA District Unit Kottayam arranged this vaccination at Vet’s Home in Association with WVS ,Kottayam Nature Society and Bharath Hospital...
KERALA BUDGET SPEECH 2013-14 Animal Husbandry103. Registration of Famers: A scheme for registration of farmers will be launched for collecting the details of their dwelling areas, birds and animals reared by them etc., so as to enable Government to extend required service to the eligible farmers. Read More..