Kenya: Innovation Protects Livestock From Tsetse Fly
August 12, 2013 Editor 0
[PR Newswire]London -The tsetse fly continues to have a devastating effect on communities managing livestock on the margins of wildlife reserves. As well as posing a distinct threat to humans, the flies transmit Nagana to livestock, a fatal disease which seriously depletes milk yields.
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