FAMACHA System as a tool of targeted selective treatment


Dairy sheep and goats play an important role in building economy and providing livelihood in many parts of the world but at the same time they are affected by many diseases particularly parasitic problem. Among parasitic diseases, Haemonchus, Oesophagostomum, Trichostrongylus and Telodorsagia are the main genera of gastrointestinal nematodes that are important for small ruminants andHaemonchus (H.) contortus is the most dangerous because of its economic significance. Usually the infection

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UVAS organizes free medical camps for animal treatment in Eid Days




STAFF REPORT LHR: The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore gave free clinical services to livestock farmers and the general public. The free medical camps were setup in order to facilitate people to treat their sacrificial animals from various infectious diseases that spread out due to various reasons.

Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, the Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery sorted out these free clinics and Eid camps to encourage the general

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UVAS organizes free medical camps for animal treatment in Eid Days


STAFF REPORT LHR: The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore gave free clinical services to livestock farmers and general public. The free medical camps were setup in order to facilitate people to treat their sacrificial animals from various infectious diseases that spread out due to various reasons.

Vice Chancellor UVAS, Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha sorted out these free clinics and Eid camps to encourage the general public in treatment of their animals amid Eid ul

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Biological anaerobic treatment: the way forward


ONCE PAKISTAN was a water-surplus country, but today it is a water deficit country. The water availability started decreasing from 5,600m³ per capita at the time of independence to 1,299m³ per capita in 1996-97, while in 2006 it further decreased to 1,100 m³ per capita, currently it is estimated 950m³, and projected to less than 700m³ per capita by 2025. Therefore, search for other non-conventional water resources i.e. wastewater treatment for daily use and irrigation has become most

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