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Posted by: Fred Addo
Category: Report

The Keta Municipal Assembly Agriculture Department, responding to a call to the Veterinary Office, recently addressed a case of colic in a horse. Colic, potentially caused by intestinal twine or blockage, hinders feed movement. A surgical intervention revealed a blockage of sand and rubber in the intestine, prompting immediate removal. The successful surgery highlights the department’s commitment to animal health and their expertise in handling complex veterinary cases, ensuring the well-being of the equine population in the municipality.

Author: Fred Addo

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