Bac Giang works to promote livestock products | Business


The northern province of Bac Giang will restructure its breeding to promote local products. (Illustrative photo:

Bac Giang (VNA) – The northern province of Bac Giang will restructure its breeding to enhance the value of local products, said Le Ba Thanh, deputy director of the provincial Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

In the remaining months of 2021 and into the next year, local authorities will call on the districts and city of Bac Giang to continue reducing small-scale and scattered agriculture, while strengthening biosecurity models and applications. high-tech.

Farmers are also urged to increase their production in accordance with VietGAP standards, ensuring the security and liaison of material supply, among others.

The province will work to update the information on a database in tandem with the Livestock Law for the development of the sector, as well as disease prevention and consumption.

Bac Giang suggested that the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development reduce imports of pork and poultry due to insufficient domestic supplies and falling pork prices.

The State Bank of Vietnam has asked commercial banks to develop policies on loan extensions for livestock facilities while relevant agencies have been urged to support product sales on e-commerce platforms.

Next year, the province aims to keep the number of pigs at 1.1 million and poultry at 20 million, producing more than 230,400 tonnes of meat.

As of September 15, there were approximately 19.22 million cattle and poultry. Poultry farming is mainly located in the districts of Yen The, Tan Yen, Hiep Hoa and Luc Nam. The province produced some 47,300 tonnes of poultry in the first nine months, or 110.4 percent from the same period last year.

Bac Giang is home to 71 cooperatives and more than 600 farms operating in animal husbandry.

The production value of the province’s agroforestry-fishery sector exceeded 31.5 trillion dong in 2020. In recent years, the farmers of Bac Giang have earned more than 10,000 billion dong per year from animal husbandry.

As part of its strategy to develop agricultural production by 2030 and on the basis of restructuring agricultural production towards improving the quality and value of products, including chickens from the Yen hills, Yen district has made efforts to promote production links and renovate breeding methods.

It has also adopted mechanisms to encourage the development of enterprises, cooperatives and cooperative groups in livestock farming, thereby building agricultural production value chains.

To boost consumption, Bac Giang targets both domestic and export markets, but top priority is given to domestic markets, especially Hanoi and major cities. It also plans to export Yen Hills chickens to ASEAN and China in the near future.

The district will also continue to restructure the varieties of chicken in the farm to improve quality, in order to penetrate more difficult markets such as Japan and Europe.

Bac Giang will increase the contribution of high-tech agriculture to the value of agricultural production by 30% by 2030, according to the provincial Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

The province plans to develop agriculture with a view to improving its efficiency and sustainability and ensuring national food security.

The sector’s annual growth is expected to average between 1.5% and 1.6% over the period 2021-2030. Horticultural products meeting safety standards must represent 70 percent of total production, while those from livestock and fisheries must reach 80 percent and 70 percent, respectively.

The province also aims to reduce its total agricultural land from 286,660 ha in 2025 to 271,690 ha in 2030, with agricultural production the areas will decrease from 124,450 ha in 2025 to 121,870 ha in 2030. The rice-growing areas will also decrease from 61,190 ha in 2025 to 51,207 ha in 2030.

At the same time, it will increase its livestock and poultry herd from 26.46 million head in 2025 to 35.64 million in 2030. Meat production will then increase from nearly 260,000 tonnes in 2025 to 302,000 tonnes in 2030, while the number of eggs will increase from 250. million in 2025 to 300 million in 2030./.



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