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Adequate health care for the cattle ensures a healthy yield. It means more than taking care of sick or injured animals. Professional help is needed to make sure that things don't go wrong. Here are a few facts about the latest trends in veterinary practice....
Health Care Update: Ayurveda re-utilized.
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Animal health means more than taking care of the sick or injured cattle. Professional help is needed not only when things go wrong, but also make sure that things don't go wrong. Personal care can go a long way to ensure optimum health. As an old saying puts it: "The eye of the master fattens the calf".

The growing veterinary infrastructure, 50,000 hospitals/dispensaries/first-aid centers and polyclinics and over 300 disease diagnostic laboratories, have brought about a sharp decline in animal mortality. It is reflected in the following data recorded between 1975 and 1996: Haemorrhagic septicaemia - from 13,914 to 4,380; Black-quarter - from 12,483 to 1,530; Anthrax - from 1,890 to 836.

In this direction, a wide-ranging program for systematic control of major cattle diseases of national importance is under implementation, covering Rinderpest (RP), Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), Brucellosis and bovine tuberculosis. In 1990, a National Project on Rinderpest Eradication (NPRE) has been launched with assistance from the European Community (EC). A network of 24 veterinary biological units in the public and private sector produce 800 million doses of vaccines/sera for combating major disease of livestock and poultry.

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The veterinary pharma industry’s prospects are indeed bright. Presently its annual turnover is esimated at Rs. 7,500 million, with an annual growth rate of 15 per cent. Over 150 companies are engaged in the production of veterinary Pharma products. A new emerging opportunity is to tap the growing export market for veterinary bulk drugs. Exports may cross Rs. 1,000 million very soon.

Health Care Update: Ayurvedic heritage adapted to modern medicine.

Indigenous remedies, based on herbal and ayurvedic formulations, are also being used extensively for disease control and as feed supplements/additives and as yield boosters. The indigenous industry has been upgrading these formulations through research and development to improve their therapeutic efficacy. These are exported in commercial quantities. Of late, homeopathic preparations have been put to use and are gaining acceptance. Here is a comprehensive list of the pharmaceutical and veterinary & biological care companies in India:

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