City Vet submits monthly report to SP

The City Veterinary Office has served a total of 10,682 rural farmers for technology transfer and conducted vaccinations on rabies, hemorrhagic septicemia and hog cholera.

It has also treated animal diseases regardless of species, provided animal dispersal for livelihood, monitored all dispersed cattle, carabao, goat and swine.

This was contained in the September 2022 Accomplishment Report submitted by the said office to the City Council committee on agriculture chaired by Councilor Jay R. Pascual.

The office has also conducted other extension services which include castration, spaying and neutering, prevention of piglet anemia, vitamins and mineral supplementation, deworming, treatment and eradication of external parasites, information and education campaign on rabies, bird flu and African Swine Fever (ASF) to 29 schools/barangay.

A total of 160 hectares was also planted with forages, among others.