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Mexico: They manage to protect 28,498 sheep and alpacas in Jauja

Published Sep 15, 2023

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The Junín Regional Directorate of Agriculture in Peru has successfully surpassed its goal for the 2023 dosing campaign in the province of Jauja. They were able to serve 26,818 sheep and 1,650 alpacas in order to prevent livestock mortality and economic losses for 747 livestock families. The campaign involved a team of specialist professionals who worked in various districts to administer antiparasitic treatment for the control of Fasciola hepatica, with farmers playing a crucial role in gathering the animals for the veterinary sessions.
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The Junín Regional Directorate of Agriculture reported that to date it has exceeded the goal of the 2023 dosing campaign in the province of Jauja, managing to serve 26,818 sheep and 1,650 alpacas, in order to prevent livestock mortality and avoid further economic losses. of 747 livestock families The technical team of the Jauja Agrarian Agency was made up of specialist professionals, who were deployed in various districts, towns, annexes and hamlets of the First Capital of Peru, with a goal of 20,000 sheep and 1,000 alpacas, managing to exceed these figures in the campaign. dosage. In the development of this activity, the farmers were the key ...
Source: AgroPeru
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