Bareilly: Preliminary investigation report of the loss of life of 61 cows at Santhalpur Gaushala in Amroha, Uttar Pradesh has revealed that these cows have died as a result of presence of nitrate in inexperienced fodder (millet). Dr. Triveni Singh, Director, Indian Veterinary and Research Institute (IVRI) Izzatnagar stated on Saturday that the staff of IVRI scientists Dr. AG Tailang, Dr. Swaminathan and Dr. R. Raghuvaran had carried out a radical inspection of the Gaushala situated in Sadhalpur village of Amroha.
He stated that the scientists carried out the autopsy of two carcasses of cows. He stated that in a radical inspection of the Gaushala, it was discovered that inexperienced fodder was discovered within the nodules of the cows and it has come to the fore that the cows had eaten extra inexperienced millet, wherein nitrate / nitrite is discovered extra. He informed that after reaching in extra amount within the abdomen, it harms by mixing with hemoglobin, after which hemoglobin doesn’t enable oxygen to achieve the physique tissues, as a result of which they begin struggling and this results in the loss of life of animals. Scientists informed that the identical occurred with these cows. Dr KP Singh, Principal Scientist, IVRI stated that cows have died as a result of extreme consumption of feed containing nitrate/nitrite. He informed that now his kidney, liver, coronary heart and lungs have been preserved, the entire scenario shall be clear after the check report comes.
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