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Enhancing Cattle Dip Facilities in Naitolia, Tanzania

The One Health research team using the new restraint to collect samples

 

The cattle dip is used frequently by villagers and members of neighboring communities. Enhancements to the dip include a 28-meter cattle trough and 50 meter restraint crush with a shade for treating animals during the rainy season. The restraint crush is used by the community to put identification marks on cattle. It is also used for critical livestock research. CAWH members received updated training on infrastructure maintenance.

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