MUZAFFARGARH    -   Deputy commission­er Ali Annan Qamar said on Thursday that Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) was now under control in district Muzaffargarh. In a state­ment issued here, DC said that situation regarding the disease was brought under control by virtue of practi­cal steps taken by livestock department. Quoting sta­tistics from province-wide survey results, DC said that 690 animals were re­ported to have symptoms of Lumpy Skin Disease in Dera Ghazi Khan division, includ­ing 204 in Muzaffargarh district. He added that 60 animals succumbed to the disease in DG Khan division but none died in Muzaffar­garh district. He advised cattle farmers to follow guidelines of the livestock department in case their animals start showing LSD symptoms. He explained that animals should be kept at clean place and environ­ment, should be safe from mosquitoes and other in­sects, and healthy animals be kept separate from in­fected ones.