ACTIVITIES OF THE MONTH MAY
1.Routine activities of
dosing/vaccinations/dipping/treatment of ailing animals and Screening of
noamds/bakarwals for symptoms of COVID-19 continued across Kashmir
1.Routine activities of
dosing/vaccinations/dipping/treatment of ailing animals across Kashmir
continued as usual.
2.Pre-migration shearing of sheep continued at all district headquarters and in the field observing all SOPs in view of COVID-19 Pandemic.
3.Pre-migration culling of sheep and Goats conducted today at District Organisation Srinagar.
4.Tele-services to provide counselling to livestock breeders and Screening of Migratory livestock at FAC's continued in all Districts.
5.All activities taken up while adhering to COVID 19 guidelines.
|1.Routine activities of
dosings/vaccinations/dippings/treatment of ailing animals and other
managemental interventions required for welfare of animals continued
with zeal and fervor across the valley observing COVID 19 SOPs.
2.Ganderbal: 4000 migratory Sheep and Goats were registered and attended. The accompanying Chopans and Bakerwals were screened thermally for any health issues at FACs.
3. Harvesting of crops begin today at Fodder Farm Ganeshpora in District Anantnag.
4. District Organisation Bandipora in collaboration with Deputy Director Researcher DIL, Nowshera today organised an awareness camp at Surendar Bandipora to apprise Breeders/Chopans about SOPs to be followed during Covid 19 pandemic while migration to HLPs. On this occasion Face masks were distributed among the participants.
5.Control rooms to monitor livestock migration and to provide tele-services to breeders functioning optimally
6.District Organisation Baramulla today distributed Ration kits,Soaps and face masks among migratory Bakerwal families at Tangmarg and Baba Reshi.
7.All activities after observing covid guidelines.
|1.All Routine activities
including dosing/dipping/vaccination/treatment continued in all
2.Distrcit Sheep Husbandry Officer Baramulla distributed Free Ration Kits to Bakerwal Families at sopore.
3.49 flocks of over 10044 Sheep & Goat were attended at our First aid camps established on migratory routes.
4.Around 150 chopans / sheep farmers associated with these flocks were screened for symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection at FAC's established on migratory routes.
5.About 50 members of 4 Bakerwal families were attended by our sangri top First Aid Camp. On spot thermal screening and self declaration forms were collected.
6.DSHO BANDIPORA intends to conduct three awareness camps for tribal belts from tomorrow in coordination with DDR Nowshera srinagar, so that to sensitise concerned tribal sheep farmers / chopans regarding various SOP's to be adopted by them for COVID-19 mitigation during their migration to HLP's.
7.Awareness regarding COVID 19 was given to the Bakerwal families at sopore who are migrating towards Alpine pastures.
8.Telemedication services continue as 189 calls were received and redressed by field VAS's.
activities including Dosing/Vaccination/dipping etc continue
uninterrupted even on yesterday on the eve of Eid ul Fitr.
2.51 flocks of over 7600 sheep & goat were attended at our First Aid Camps established on migratory routes.
3.Around 86 chopans / sheep farmers associated with these flocks were screened for symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection
4.Fresh batch of Bakerwals arrived today in Bandipore. They were counselled by our alert team of officers, screened for COVID-19 symptoms & were given face masks.
5.Migration of Bakerwals continue towards the alpine pastures of valley, 35 Bakerwals registered and screened for Covid 19 at different FAC's today.
6.Telemedication services continue, today 39 calls recieved by different VAS's and redressed.
All activities are being carried out observing COVID-19 guidelines.
|1.Routine process of
deworming, vaccination etc continued in whole district while strictly
adhering to guidelines for protection against COVID-19 especially social
distancing and hand hygiene.
2.Distribution of ration among bakarwals at hajibaal Baramulla, sdb Kitchama.
3.SHD Baramula with the help of district administration distributing free Raion Kits among needy Bakerwals fro Jammu div who are camping at various halting places in our district Our dept is acting as nodal agency coordinating with A D Food Police and allied district administration.
4.23 flocks of over 4000 sheep were attended at our First aid camps established on migratory route at Baramulla.
5.Around 40 chopans / sheep farmers associated with these flocks were screened for symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection.
6.Moblie FAC team continued its reach out to local chopans and explained them DO's and Dont's they need follow while migration for mitigation of COVID-19 infection.
dosing and vaccinations at all FAC's in all districts.
2.Examination of govt ram at batoo of sec warpora tangmarg.
3.Treatment n vaccination at sec kachuwa, block kohlina.
4.46 flocks of over 8500 sheep & goat were attended at our First aid camps established on migratory routes district Bandipora.
5.Around 71 chopans / sheep farmers associated with these flocks were screened for symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection.
1.Routine activities were
carried out including vaccination/PPR vaccine/Dsoing/deworming in the
all districts as per the protocol
1.Routine activities were carried out
including vaccination/PPR vaccine/Dsoing/deworming in the all districts
as per the protocol.
1. Routine Activities continued as usual
including Vaccination/Dosing and treatment of ailing animals etc.
|1. Activities continued
on routine basis observing Covid 19 protocol.
2.In view of ensuing agri-season, Deputy Director Feed and Fodder today visited fodder farm Ganeshpora and inspected agricultural activities there.
3. First Aid Camps which serve as Veterinary health care camps as well as Covid screening points are functioning optimally at almost all the districts of the valley with a close monitoring of sheep & goats entering the district as well as thermal screening of personnel associated with livestock.
4.Control rooms to monitor livestock migration and to provide tele-services to livestock breeders functioning optimally.
5.Kulgam: An incident of natural calamity was reported from Zumsthsl Nandimarg Kulgam. Taking cognizance, a team of Vets and paravet staff was deputed to the spot to assess the livestock losses to nomadic rearing community. On Spot first aid was provided to the injured livestock besides free medicine was distributed to the affected families.
|1. First Aid Camps
established for migratory livestock were inspected by the concerned
district officers to ensure proper screening and treatment for migratory
2. Routine activities of Pre-migration dosings/vaccinations/dippings/and other managemental interventions required for welfare of animals in highland pastures continued with zeal and fervor across the valley observing COVID 19 SOPs.
3.Bandipora: Nearly 11000 sheep were attended enroute to migration.Farmers and chopans associated with the livestock flocks were thermally screened for covid-19
4: Vaccination of imported livestock was carried out today at SBF Daksum for ET booster in collaboration with DIL Nowshera.
5.Pre-migration culling of sheep & goats was conducted at two govt farms viz Dachigam Srinagar and Daksum Anantnag.
6.Deputy Director Central and Technical Officer DSHK today visited SBF Daksum in connection with inspection of imported Livestock.
7.Tele-services to provide health care advisories to sheep & goat breeders continued across the valley.
All activities were done while strictly adhering to covid 19 guidelines.
|1. Routine Activities
continued as usual.
2. FACs stand established and officers are busy making sure their optimal functioning across all districts.
3. Bandipora: 28 sheep flocks of 6000 animals screened at FACs.
4. Migratory chopans being issued advisories regarding dos and don'ts in view of COVID 19.
All activities taken up while adhering to COVID 19 guidelines.
|1. Routine activities of
Pre-migration dosings/vaccinations/dippings/treatment of ailing animals
and other managemental interventions required for welfare of animals in
cooler highland pastures continued with zeal and fervor across the
valley observing COVID 19 SOPs.
2. Employees are being facilitated to achieve 33% attendance at offices across all the organizations of the valley.
3. In view of ensuing agri-season, DD feed and fodder has been closely monitoring agricultural activities at various fodder production stations of the department.
4. FACs which serve as veterinary health care camps as well as Covid screening points are functioning optimally at almost all the districts of the valley with a close monitoring of sheep & goats entering the district as well as thermal screening of personnel associated with livestock.
5. FEC B genotyping continues to be a feature of activities at SBF Goabal in collaboration with DIL nowshera.
6. Bandipora FACs: 55 migratory flocks of almost 8500 animals screening at FACs for any health issues.
7. Tele-services to provide health care advisories to sheep & goat breeders continued across the valley.
8. Control rooms to monitor livestock migrations functioning optimally.
9. 10+1 units under EDEG scheme established in favour of Mr Gh Mohuidin thaker, Mr Irfan Ahmad Dar and Mr Mohammed Altaf Tantray, Kutbal SEC Suresyar Budgam.
10. Route plans avoiding red zone areas framed and orders to this effect issued by districts.
All activities after observing COVID guidelines.
|1. Routine activities of
treatment of animals, various managemental activities related to sheep
rearing, preparation of Highland pasture migration etc continued across
all the districts of the valley.
2.Tele-services to council livestock breeders are being provided by all districts, so are the surveillance teams on ground to cater to veterinary health care needs of livestock especially in red zone areas.
3. Construction of departmental building and inspection of one such Sheep Ext Centre at cheerkot kupwara today by DSHO kupwara.
4. District organization Baramulla has constituted teams for monitoring of migratory sheep & goats entering the district.
5. District level control rooms have been established for surveillance of nomadic sheep breeders-DSHO Baramulla.
6. Pre-migration shearing of sheep shall be done twice weekly at all district headquarters observing all SOPs in view of COVID-19 pandemic.
Needless to mention, all activities are being carried out observing COVID-19 guidelines.
|1. All routine
activities of department as already reflected in activities of previous
days continued with fervor.
2. First Aid camps have been almost established by all districts and besides providing veterinary health care to migratory livestock, they also function as COVID screening camps where use of thermal screening to identify febrile cases is being done. (Bandipora, Baramulla & other districts)
3. Pre-migration culling of sheep & goats is taking place and two govt farms of Goabal Ganderbal and Hardushiva Sopore Baramulla have been covered. Rest to follow.
All activities and staff management at offices continued observing COVID 19 guidelines.
|1. Process of making
First Aid Camps functional en route migration of livestock to
highlands,is going on will full force.
2. District organization heads have directed the staff to install arogya setu apps. -DSHO Kulgam.
3. Fumigation of District offices to prevent occurrences of corona infections- DSHO Bandipora.
4. Fencing of Agricultural land at Bandipora completed.
5. Tele-services to provide vety health care related advices continued.
6. Other activities highlighted during previous days continued to be a routine feature of activities.
7. Routine work of vaccination/dosings/dippings/footbaths/treatment of ailing animals etc continued in all districts.
All activities were carried out while observing strict COVID 19 SOPs.
continued as usual including treatment of ailing animals, preventive
measures like vaccinations. Other activities like supply of medicines to
extension centres, dosings, dippings, routine office work, etc continued
as usual. Districts have been providing tele-services to provide
veterinary health care advices to livestock breeders.
|1. A team of scientists
headed by HOD clinical medicine SKUAST visited SBF daksum forgeneral
health assessment of imported livestock.
2.Elite Rams received from SBF Daksum were distributed to S D blocks for genetic upgradation of local livestock at Distt Kulgam.
3. Physical verification of RKVY units and Govt Rams- Distt Ganderbal/Kupwara.
4. Door to door visits by response teams to assess livestock condition arising in red zones areas as a result of COVID -19 pandemic and to create awareness amongst sheep farmers in District Bandipore.
5. Routine activities of vaccination/dosing/dipping/therapeutic interventions etc continued across the valley in all districts.
N.B all activities were carried out while adhering to SOPs laid out in view of COVID-19.