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Lumpy skin disease, which is caused by a bacterium called “Mycobacterium vaccae” or “M. vaccae,” has been spreading to 17 districts of Gujarat. The disease is spread by flies that are attracted to the wounds of the cattle and then carry the bacteria to other livestock.

The lumpy skin disease has now spread to 17 districts in Gujarat and over 1200 cattle have died from it. This is a major concern for farmers who rely on their animals for their livelihoods.

The lumpy skin disease can be prevented by taking certain steps like keeping the environment clean, not giving water or food to stray animals and not allowing open grazing practices amongst others.

Lumpy skin disease is a contagious and deadly livestock disease that has spread to 17 districts of Gujarat. The disease has killed over 1200 cattle so far.

The disease was first detected in the state’s Banaskantha district in November 2017 and it was contained within the district. However, the latest reports show that it has now spread to other districts too.

The lumpy skin disease is caused by a bacterium called Mycoplasma mycoides. It affects all kinds of mammals, including humans. It can be transmitted through contact with infected animals or their products like milk or meat, as well as by drinking water contaminated with its feces or urine.

Lumpy skin disease has been spreading in Gujarat, India for the past few months. The disease is caused by a fungus and it affects cattle. This fungus is transmitted to other cattle through contact with infected animals.

The state government has taken steps to contain the spread of this disease by culling more than 1200 cattle that were infected with lumpy skin disease. They have also imposed a ban on animal trade and movement in certain districts of Gujarat.