Bengaluru: Veterinary sciences will soon have Ayurvedic disciplines in them. The ministries concerned will have signed an MoU in this regard. 

The MoU between Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying (DAHD), Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying and Ministry of AYUSH was signed on April 7, an official statement said, as reported by News18. 

The move will go a long way in dealing with the lives of animals, their health and the owners of livestock community. 

How does it work out? 

The website notes that several initiatives like capacity building in related areas through training, exploring marketing possibilities for herbal veterinary medicines on a sustainable basis and providing for services including cultivation, preservation and conservation of medicinal plants will help a lot. 

It is to be noted that the cooperation will help in developing herbal veterinary education programmes and creating awareness among dairy farmers and agro-farmers about utilization and importance of herbal veterinary medicine and cultivation of medicinal herbs, the website added.