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Valencia City Veterinary Office Grants
BUB Livestock Dispersal Program to Calamity Victims

As the City Government of Valencia continues to strengthen and improve the lives of the constituents especially the victims of calamities that struck the city, the City Veterinary Office headed by Dr. Samuel A. Medidas through the support of the City Mayor Hon. Azucena P. Huervas, spearheaded the Livestock and Poultry Dispersal Program under BuB.

On January 21, 2016, twenty (20) recipients from different calamity-prone barangays attended the cattle dispersal at the City Hall Covered Court, City Hall Compound, Valencia City.

Joined by the staff from the City Veterinary Office, City Veterinarian Dr. Medidas explained the scheme of the program and briefed the recipients with the system.

Dr. Medidas also discussed the proper methods of cattle-raising and added that the City Veterinary Office has free services in line with animal production and management.

Meanwhile, Acting City Administrator Mr. Abe P. Gillaco, MPA who spoke in behalf of the City Mayor Azucena P. Huervas, thanked the recipients and congratulated them for being chosen as the beneficiaries.

He also added that the City Government through the City Veterinary Office is devising strategies that will help improve the living conditions of the flood-prone victims by providing other source of income such as cattle-raising.

The recipients then signed a Memorandum of Agreement together with City Veterinary Office and the City Administrator.

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