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Mobile technology for better livestock health

By DW
10 September 2022   |   12:30 pm
In northern Ghana, farmers lose some 25% of their animals to diseases every year. Feed and water shortages are also a problem. A startup has developed an app to help farmers get their animals vaccinated to reduce losses.

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