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FAO successfully trains almost 300 field veterinarians in the FYR of Macedonia on the early detection and effective control of Lumpy skin disease and bluetongue


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January 2018
- Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is a vector-borne pox disease of cattle characterized by the appearance of skin nodules. Long restricted to sub-Saharan Africa, LSD has slowly invaded new territories over the past decade (Middle East, Turkey, the Balkans, the Caucasus, and the Russian Federation). Official veterinarians...[Read more]

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