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Egypt: Desert Research organizes veterinary convoys in Sinai

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Published Dec 10, 2023

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The Desert Research Center organized veterinary convoys in Nuweiba and Al-Tur in South Sinai Governorate as part of the state plan to develop livestock in Sinai, examining camels, sheep, and goats and providing necessary medicines to breeders. The convoys also visited cow, buffalo, and sheep farms in Al-Tur, providing medicines and performing surgical interventions, while also manufacturing silage to provide alternative feed for animals. These convoys will continue on a regular basis to cover all farms in Sinai and new communities, with the aim of improving the health and productivity of animals, as well as raising breeders' awareness to improve animal productivity and limit the spread of diseases among animals through early detection and treatment.
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Dr. Hossam Shawky, head of the Desert Research Center, said that within the framework of the state plan to develop livestock in Sinai, the center organized veterinary convoys in the cities of Nuweiba and Al-Tur in South Sinai Governorate. Shawqi explained that the convoy included examining camels in the city of Nuweiba on the sidelines of the camel racing festival organized by the Camel Sports Club in Nuweiba, pointing out that the convoy examined a large number of sheep and goats and provided the necessary medicines to breeders. The head of the Desert Research Center pointed out that the convoy continued its journey in the city of Al-Tur, where it passed through cow, buffalo and sheep farms, conducted a visual examination of the animals, provided the necessary medicines, and performed some surgical interventions on some animals. Shawqi explained that large quantities of silage were manufactured on Al-Tur farms to provide alternative feed for animals to overcome the problems of ...
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