Gandhinagar, 29 May 2021
There are 1 crore cows, 1 crore buffalo, 20 lakh sheep and 50 lakh goats in Gujarat. They have throat, nodular fever, brevex or Brucella, Kharwa Mowasa, rabies, PPR disease. These animals give 20 million liters of milk daily. Vaccines are administered to prevent disease and prevent people from drinking diseased milk. This vaccine is fed to the milk of the animals. In Gujarat in 2020, 50 million animals and birds have been vaccinated.
Thus, the doctors of the animal husbandry department, which has 2,000 employees in Gujarat, have proved to be as efficient as the employees of the human health department, which has 9 times the staff. If 5 crore animals had not been vaccinated, people would have fallen ill by eating their diseased milk, meat and eggs.
People drink 42 lakh tons of cross bread cow’s milk
2 crore animals give 2 crore kg of milk daily. Banas dairy gets 60 lakh kg of milk the most. Jamnagar has the lowest milk production of 50,000 liters. In 2020, 42 lakh tonnes of milk Shankar cow, 3.2 million tonnes of domestic cows, 75 lakh tonnes of buffalo and 3.30 lakh tonnes of goat milk were produced.
Cross bread cow gives 9 liters and desi cow gives 4.46 liters of milk.
All animals were vaccinated. People of Gujarat drink vaccinated milk. In this way, chickens are vaccinated which lays 200 caror eggs per year.
60 lakh birds have been vaccinated against 10 diseases.
There are 1800 hospitals and clinics for animals. There are 18 units for conducting research on the spread of disease in animals. But there is no one for the disease of man. 900 doctors have been outsourced for this. Animal Husbandry Department has a total staff of 4 thousand people.
How many vaccines given on disease
3 million doses of immunity
The antigen is the active ingredient in the FMD vaccine, a substance that stimulates the immune response. Because FMD has such a wide potential economic impact, governments typically manage disease-control efforts and programmed use of vaccines. Government-owned companies make.
85 million doses of HS vaccine
Hemorrhagic septicemia (HS) is an important livestock disease caused by Pasteurella multocida (6: B). Vaccination against this disease is widely prevalent. Plain broth bacteria, or alum barrier and aluminum hydroxide gel vaccines are given twice a year. Gives immunity for 6 months. Interest has been given to 85 lakh cattle in a year.
The Blackwater (BQ) vaccine is used for prophylactic measures to control blackwater disease caused by Clostridium difficile infection in cattle, buffalo, sheep, and goats. Black quarter disease is a prophylactic vaccine. 5 lakh cattle have been given in Gujarat.
ET 1.5 million doses
The ENTEROTOXAEMIA (ET) vaccine is used for prophylactic measures to control enterotoxemia disease, also known as ‘pulp kidney disease’, in sheep and goats due to Clostridium difficile type D infection.
Is given every year. Sometimes there is swelling. 1.5 million sheep and goats have been given.
Ranikhet is a vaccine for this disease. 10 lakhs have been given. Ranikhet disease ‘F’ strain is a lentogenic strain. The vaccine contains the surviving debilitated Ranikhet disease ‘F’ strain virus which spreads to SPF chicken eggs and is available in a stable dry form. There are viruses. Along with the second vaccine, 60 lakh chickens have been vaccinated in 5 districts.