Last year, the havoc of Lumpy virus was seen all over India. During that time a large number of domesticated animals had died in every state. Now once again the outbreak of Lumpy virus is spreading rapidly in many states of India especially in Chhattisgarh. Many cows and bulls are dying after getting infected with this disease. For your information, let us tell you that Lumpy skin virus is a viral skin disease that mainly affects animals. It is spread by blood-sucking insects, such as flies, some species of mosquitoes, and ticks. Early symptoms of lumpy include fever, skin lumps, and death.
Caused by lumpy virus
Lumpy virus, also known as lumpy skin disease virus. It is actually a type of poxvirus. Because of this, the animals get badly infested with ticks as they start damaging the fur. Even animals get fever. Milk production decreases in animals and lumps appear on the skin. Apart from this, animals also get mastitis disease, lymph nodes get swollen. Animals do not feel hungry, nose starts flowing and eyes start watering. In addition, long-term infertility is also seen in infected cattle.
How do you prevent the spread of lumpy skin disease?
One way to prevent the spread of lumpy virus is to get your animals tested as soon as you see these symptoms, apart from this you should separate other cattle from your infected cattle. Along with this, some preventive measures should be taken to stop the spread of the disease.
Drugs and these methods can get rid of There are
Apart from this, people should keep taking advice from the concerned authorities and veterinarians. Along with this, you should also keep a close watch on your other animals and avoid consuming the milk of these animals during this time. Unfortunately there is no specific antiviral treatment for lumpy cow dermatitis. To treat the symptoms of wart virus, animals are given wound care sprays, pain relievers and antibiotics.
Disclaimer: The methods, methods and tips described in this article But before implementing, do take the advice of a doctor or related expert.
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