The government has stopped importing cow and buffaloes from Thailand due to lumpy skin disease (LSD) that has hit the country’s livestock in 41 states. The government has also advised other private stakeholders not to import cows and buffaloes from that country.
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Malaysia has stopped importing cows and buffaloes from Thailand after the outbreak of what is known as a lumpy skin disease (LSD) among the livestock. The disease has been recorded from Thailand’s 41 provinces. This comes after an outbreak of lumpy skin disease (LSD) among the livestock in some 41 provinces in Thailand.
The decision has been taken to curb the disease in the local market. The government has also asked the importers and middlemen to not to import cow or buffaloes from Thailand.