Doha Municipality’s health control section supervised the slaughter of 8,879 sheep and 117 heads of livestock at the Doha automated abattoir on the first two days of Eid al-Adha.
The slaughtered carcasses were delivered to customers through outlets at the Doha automated slaughterhouse, Regency signal butchery and Al Kharaitiyat butchery, in addition to others. The third and fourth days of Eid were allocated for charities at the Doha automated slaughterhouse, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) said. Similarly, Al Sheehaniya Municipality’s health control section supervised the slaughter of 221 heads of livestock at the mobile abattoir on Friday. Besides, veterinarians there supervised the destruction of an entire slaughtered carcass and the partial destruction of 16 others, the MME added.
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