28 cows die at a shelter in Rajasthan
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At least twenty-eight cows have died in two days due to suspected food poisoning at a cow shelter in Rajasthan's Hanumangarh district.
Nearly 300 cows got sick due to suspected food poisoning and 28 cows have died in the last two days, the 'gaushala' (cow shelter) president Dayanand Khokhewala said.
There are nearly 2000 cows in the shelter run by a trust.
Joint Director of the state's Animal Husbandry Department, Madanlal, said that a team of veterinary doctors is monitoring the situation.
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