• LGU affords livestock, poultry medical services for free
    WESTBROOK, ME - APRIL 17: Meghan Flanagan inspects a goat's eye before performing an ultrasound to determine if its pregnant at Smiling Hill Farm in Westbrook, ME on Friday, April 17, 2015. (Photo by Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer)

    MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, September 8 (PIA) — The local government unit in Mambajao is extending preventive and curative services to protect livestock and poultry animals from diseases.

    It conducted regular house-to-house vaccination and vaccinated 1,270 cattles, 468 carabaos, 2,052 swine, 1,120 goats, and 49 poultry animals, as of June this year. 

    The Provincial Veterinary Office (PVO) said they have reached around 2,373 farming families and another 4,080 families for deworming/defluking, and castration.

    The program also comprises of examinations for animal health services such as fecal and semen examinations.

    This year, PVO also administered iron/vitamin injections to boost physical health of the animals. (JCV/PIA 10)

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