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Training on diary animal project, agri, farming system
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Published on 23 Mar. 2009 12:19 AM IST
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A one day training programme for dairy animal management for beneficiaries under white revolution project was held on March 20, at NSDCF Ltd conference hall, Kohima. The training was held in line with the state government’s declaration of year of capacity building 2008-2009. The programme was chaired by CEO, KDCMPU Ltd, Dr. Joseph M Angami, introduction by project director NSDCF Ltd Dr. A. Yokha. Exhortation of the trainees was delivered by secretary to the government of Nagaland M. Yanthan and director of veterinary and animal husbandry Dr. Y. Yisao. Three technical sessions were held under the topic artificial insemination and breeding by project officer (TI) NSDCF Ltd Dr. K. Gwirie, feeding and management by MDP Lerie Dr. Tuolie Peseyie and clean milk production by NSDCF Ltd project officer, Zapove Swüro. Meanwhile, Agriculture technology management agency Wokha conducted a one-day self help group training and demonstration programme at Yampha village under Wozhuro-Ralan block. The training was conducted by BTT convenor Wozhuro-Ralan block O. Ponathung Jami along with field officer LRD Sivi Mor and field officer LRD Mhonchan Odyuo as resource person. Altogether 50 participants attended the training. Meanwhile, a new self help group, Senthan SHG was also formed. In Wokha village a two day training programme on “Integrated Farming System in Hill Agriculture” cum Animal Health camp was conducted on March 19 and 20 at Wokha village. Sponsored by Wasteland Development Project, Ministry of Rural Development, Department of Land Resources, GoI, the programme chaired by Lireni Kikon, Programme Assistant, KVK, Wokha, saw resource persons Dr. Moaakum, SMS (Animal Science) and N. Khumdemo Ezung, SMS (Agronomy) giving lectures on integrated livestock farming and health care and management in pig and poultry and integrated nutrient management and weed management on the first day of the session. On the second day, methods of treatment with biofertilizer was practically demonstrated where the participants took active part and later in the second session, Animal Health camp was conducted where major diseases of poultry, pigs and dogs were discussed and treated. The programme ended with a valedictory function and distributions of free veterinary medicines and bio-fertilizer to all participants. Vote of thanks was delivered by Secretary, Women Hoho, Wokha village. Altogether 40 participants attended the training programme.

 
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