Veterinarians from East Africa learn about U.S. livestock traceability

03/27/2013 | Capital Press Agriculture (Salem, Ore.)

In an effort to improve the traceability of diseased animals in East Africa, veterinarians from countries including Sudan, Uganda and Ethiopia are in the U.S. to study livestock health and movement regulations. "The reason for this trip is for them to see the mature program in operation," said veterinarian Andrew Clark, one of the trip's coordinators. "The economic implications of what we are doing are enormous in terms of livelihoods of people," said veterinarian Peter Ithondeka, Kenya's chief veterinary officer.

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