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Villagers Rush to Sell Ailing Cattle As Mysterious Disease Ravages Herds

Wedza — Cattle owners in the tiny farming town of Mashonaland East are being forced to sell their livestock to unsuspecting buyers and unscrupulous abattoirs operators after a mysterious disease outbreak has claimed dozens of the domestic animals with authorities reportedly not keen to assist. A recent visit to the area by NewZimbabwe.com discovered that The post Villagers Rush to Sell Ailing Cattle As Mysterious Disease Ravages Herds appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.

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