KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA Moga
 
 
 

On the occasion of Inauguration Ceremony of National Animal Disease Control Programme, Nationwide Artificial Insemination Programme and Swachhta Hi Sewa was held at KVK Budh Singh Wala, Moga on 11.9.2019 in which 65 farmers from different villages of the district and 22 Veterinary Officers attended the workshop. Dr. Gurmeet Singh, Deputy Director (Animal Husbandry) was the Chief Guest on this occasion. Dr Amandeep Singh Brar, Deputy Director (Training) KVK, Budh Singh Wala, Moga welcomed the Chief Guest along with other dignitaries and farmers. During this event live telecast of the awareness campaign regarding the Control and Management of Foot and Mouth disease and Brucellosis had also shown to the farmers. During the event a formal inaugural ceremony at Pandit Deen Dyal Upadyaya Pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishawavidyalaya evam Go Anusandhan Sansthan, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh was also telecasted which was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh. Narinder Modi. Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh. Narinder Modi addressed the session stressing upon banning the use of plastic bags which is dangerous to the whole eco system including dairy animals as well. He emphasized on use of sexed semen for dairy animals so that problem of male stray cattle can be controlled. During this occasion Dr Rajinder Singh, Senior Vety. Officer discussed about the benefits of the scheme so that farmers of the district can take advantage of this scheme. Dr Gurmeet Singh, Deputy Director (Animal Husbandry) addressed the farmers about the scheme being launched by the PM at national level is for direct economic support to the farmers through export of disease free animals and to increase milk production. Dr Sahiba Mann Grewal, Assistant Prof. (Animal Science) described the farmers about various benefits of artificial insemination and advised farmers to follow the vaccination schedule as per department and University guidelines. She also emphasized on vaccinating animals against FMD and vaccination against brucellosis at the age between 4-8 months of female calves. On this occasion mineral mixture, vegetable kits, mini oilseeds & pulses kits and literature related to Brucellosis and FMD for profitable dairy farming was also distributed among farmers. 15 animals were vaccinated on this occasion at KVK. At the end of the session  Dr Amandeep Singh Brar proposed vote of thanks to the chief guest, dignitaries and farmers for attending this workshop and making this event a great success.

 
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