Pemagatshel: On the late evening of April 10, the Dzongkhag Livestock Sector had to respond to an unknown caller. The caller voice was very feeble and she was trying to address her problem, however she was not able to do so. What was clear at the end of conversation was that she needed our help to treat her cow. As usual, our team rushed to the site hastily with the emergency medical kits through the bumpy and dusty road at the maximum speed.
Upon reaching the site, it was an emotional moment to see whole family in tears. Their pricy milking cow was lying and awaiting for death. We consoled them that the team would do the best to save her life which was producing 10 litres of milk and was a sole bread earner for the family. For a poor farmer, a cow that produces 10 litres of milk is a big asset to them and the wellbeing of the family was in the jeopardy.
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