BIFE signs MoU for innovative animal care management
The Bray Institute of Further Education (BIFE) in coordination with BPCL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for extending innovative...
Mahbubnagar: The Bray Institute of Further Education (BIFE) in coordination with BPCL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for extending innovative Animal Care and Husbandry Management services to the cattle farmers in Narayanapet division of Mahbubnagar District.
Revealing this, the Collector Ronald Rose said the MoU signed would enable better development of Animal Husbandry particularly in the rural areas of Narayanpet division, where there is a large animal population in the district.
“As part of the MoU agreement, we are planning to set up 10 centres for Animal care and management with innovative services. Where in the officials and the authorities from these centres will visit the villages, and provide not only awareness about the animal care and methods for artificial fertilization for developing better breed of animals. But they will also provide training to the farmers in the villages to help them maintain their animals innovatively,” said the Collector.
Initially, ten Animal Care and Management services will be set up in Maganooru, Krishna, Makthal, and Utkuru mandals in Narayanapet division.
With this, the Collector hoped that the farmers will be able to get first hand training as to who to do artificial insemination so as to develop better breed of cattle which will not only help full in giving better yield of milk but also be more disease resistant. During the training the farmers will be able to get trained in Expected Pregnancy Differences (EPD) Kits, High Pendancible grass development, and training in management and care of animals.
The main objective of signing this MoU is to ensure that the cattle farmers in the rural areas get benefited and thereby increase their financial conditions by earning better income from the cattle resources in the villages.