Meghalaya: Over 30 pigs die due to CSF
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Shillong, May 20 -- "Most of the deaths were due to classical swine fever as per report from the ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research)," Deputy Chief Minister, Prestone Tynsong informed while replying to a call attention moved by Congress legislator from Mawlai, P. T. Sawkmie in the Assembly on Wednesday in Shillong.
He said a total of 30 pigs were reported to have died during the first week up to May 15.
Of this, 9 are from East Khasi Hills, 12 from Ri Bhoi, 2 from West Khasi Hills, 4 each from Mairang sub-division and the district of West Jaintia Hills, 1 each from East Garo Hills and 1 East Jaintia Hills.
He said immediately post mortem was conducted and samples collected were sent to the ICAR."As per report of ICAR, 13 of ...
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