HYDERABAD -The treatment of animals of rain affected areas remained continued in medical camp of Sind Agriculture University (SAU) Tando Jam during the last 18 days as the veterinary experts provided treatment to 700 animals in the camp.  According to the university’s spokesperson, the veterinary experts observed that non-availability of fodder was major cause in prevailing diseases among animals, particularly goats were the most affected. Besides, diseases of legs and feet sores, skin, stomach worms and insect were also found among animals of rain hit areas. This was informed by the university experts to Vice Chancellor (VC), Sindh Agriculture University, Tando Jam Dr Fateh Marri.