Flood-related animal deaths spell financial disaster for Pakistan's families

09/8/2010 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Massive floods in Pakistan have killed more than 1 million animals thus far and left much of the remaining livestock sick and weak, the Christian Science Monitor reports. As rural families await government help to begin recovering from the loss of the animals they depend on for their livelihoods, some see the disaster as a long-term opportunity for the country to reduce its dependence on animal agriculture. Critics say several years of rapid expansion have taken a toll on the environment and indiscriminate breeding has resulted in low-producing animals.

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