Sheep Husbandry Deptt organizes seminar-cum-sheep show at Shargole
Kargil: Sheep Husbandry Department Kargil under National Livestock Mission (NLM) 2022-23 Thursday organized a day-long seminar-cum-sheep show at Shargole Block under the supervision of District Sheep Husbandry Officer Kargil.
The sheep show was aimed to aware progressive breeders of Shargole block associated with sheep farming.
Councilor Shargole Constituency, Mohd Ali Chandan, District Sheep Husbandry Officer (DSHO), Dr Niyaz-ul-Hassanian, Block Veterinary Officer, doctors and experts from allied departments, PRI’s, progressive breeders attended the event.
Councilor Chandan, thanked the DSHO, Kargil for organizing such programs in his constituency and urged the villagers to take benefit of such camps.
He informed the villagers about the various subsidy components of LAHDC which are aimed to make the farmers self-sufficient and financially independent.
Chandan also urged the heads of concerned departments to take villagers in confidence before introducing a subsidy scheme, and hoped that such events should be held in future for the welfare of farmers and breeders.
Earlier, Dr Niyaz-Ul-Hassanain briefed the participants about the achievements and schemes of department, and advised people to take benefit of the schemes to increase livestock population.
While talking about the NLM, the DSHO said the department has planned to organize such programs under NLM at every Block in the future.
He also advised the farmers, having Karakul breed, to look after the breed in the best possible way so that breed population is increased in the district.
He said the department is committed to increase the livestock in the district and is providing best quality feed and fodder to the beneficiaries.
During the event, resource persons from other departments also focused on Pashmina breed, prevention and control of disease outbreak.
They also threw light on management of cattle, Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) National Program and importance of organic manure.
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