Husbandry – Malcolm Blue Farm http://malcolmbluefarm.com/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 06:14:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-14.png Husbandry – Malcolm Blue Farm http://malcolmbluefarm.com/ 32 32 Maharashtra: Private vets and retired livestock officers invited to join vax campaign on lumpy skin disease https://malcolmbluefarm.com/maharashtra-private-vets-and-retired-livestock-officers-invited-to-join-vax-campaign-on-lumpy-skin-disease/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 06:14:04 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/maharashtra-private-vets-and-retired-livestock-officers-invited-to-join-vax-campaign-on-lumpy-skin-disease/ Maharashtra Livestock Commissioner Sachindra Pratap Singh on Tuesday called on private veterinary practitioners as well as retired technical officers and employees of the livestock department to voluntarily participate in the vaccination campaign against the virus of lumpy skin disease (LSD). According to the latest official figures, the contagious disease has so far infected over 11,000 […]]]>

Maharashtra Livestock Commissioner Sachindra Pratap Singh on Tuesday called on private veterinary practitioners as well as retired technical officers and employees of the livestock department to voluntarily participate in the vaccination campaign against the virus of lumpy skin disease (LSD).

According to the latest official figures, the contagious disease has so far infected over 11,000 cattle and killed over 300 in Maharashtra.

Although LSD is a fast-spreading infectious disease among livestock, it is almost certainly curable if treated quickly, Singh said in Pune on Tuesday.

“Currently, the mortality rate of cows and bulls due to this disease is very low. Thus, pet owners need not panic. However, they need to watch closely for any symptoms of nodular disease,” Singh said in a video from the Maharashtra Animal Husbandry Department office, which is headquartered in Pune.

Lumpy skin disease has been observed in 839 villages in 27 districts of Maharashtra till September 20. Of the 11,251 infected animals, 3,855 have recovered and the rest of the livestock are being treated.

According to an official statement, a total of 352 infected animals died till September 20 in Maharashtra, including 122 in Jalgaon district, 33 in Ahmednagar, 12 in Dhule, 54 in Akola, 25 in Pune, 5 in Latur, 8 in Aurangabad. , 15 in Satara, 25 in Buldhana, 29 in Amravati, 9 in Kolhapur, 2 in Sangli, 4 in Washim, 2 in Jalna, 3 in Thane and Nagpur and 1 in Raigad.

A total of 49.83 lakh vaccine doses have been made available in the various districts of the state. “Vaccination was carried out free of charge on 19.55 lakh animals within a radius of 5 km from the infected area of ​​the villages. Vaccination is done in ‘Gaushalas’ (cow sanctuaries) and large dairies,” an official from the livestock department said.

According to Singh, farmers have been advised to get free treatment and vaccinations for infected livestock at the gate by notifying nearby government veterinary clinics of symptoms of the disease.

Singh also asked officers of the grama panchayat and Nagar Parishad to carry out a large-scale public awareness campaign against the disease. A fund of Rs 1 crore per district has been made available through the District Planning Committee for the procurement of drugs needed to treat the disease, he said.

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Livestock Department officials briefed on lumpi virus prevention https://malcolmbluefarm.com/livestock-department-officials-briefed-on-lumpi-virus-prevention/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 01:45:07 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/livestock-department-officials-briefed-on-lumpi-virus-prevention/ People were made aware of lumpi virus prevention by Animal Husbandry Department on Tuesday at Malayana Panchayat located in Shimla, Himachal. A one-day sensitization camp was organized under Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana. In this document, information related to the breeding and symptoms of lumpy skin disease, information related to treatment has been given to people. […]]]>

People were made aware of lumpi virus prevention by Animal Husbandry Department on Tuesday at Malayana Panchayat located in Shimla, Himachal. A one-day sensitization camp was organized under Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana. In this document, information related to the breeding and symptoms of lumpy skin disease, information related to treatment has been given to people.

The camp was chaired by Rajesh Mehta, the deputy head of the panchayat. On this occasion, the Animal Husbandry Officer of Pantha Ghati Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Parineeta Parashar, gave information related to lumpi disease to the cattle owners present. He said there is no need to be afraid of this disease. Animals are rescued from this disease in accordance with state government guidelines.

He informed that 2100 animals were also vaccinated in this regard under Panthaghati Veterinary Hospital. He said vigilance is needed to prevent this disease. Along with this, detailed information was provided on the livestock-related programs of the Department of Livestock and the State Government. On this occasion, a question-and-answer session was also organized with the breeders.

Medicine kits were also provided to 40 cattle herders present in the camp. Rajesh Mehta, Vice President of Malayana Panchayat thanked the Livestock Department for organizing the sensitization camp in the Panchayat. On this occasion, with employees of Panchayat, Rekha, member of Malayana district, Inder Singh Khachi, animal husbandry assistant of Pantha Ghati animal husbandry department, Joginder, animal husbandry pharmacist of Malayana, etc were present.

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Breeding practices should be left to the experts | Denver Gazette https://malcolmbluefarm.com/breeding-practices-should-be-left-to-the-experts-denver-gazette/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/breeding-practices-should-be-left-to-the-experts-denver-gazette/ I have never had a question about animal health and called an urban or suburban legislator for their expertise. Never has a group of animal right-wing extremists determined to end animal agriculture showed up in a blizzard to help save calves. And I never let slip words like “boy, we should legislate this” or “you […]]]>

I have never had a question about animal health and called an urban or suburban legislator for their expertise. Never has a group of animal right-wing extremists determined to end animal agriculture showed up in a blizzard to help save calves. And I never let slip words like “boy, we should legislate this” or “you know what we need is a ballot.” I was brought up well.

A farmer faced with a question about animal health, vaccination schedules, livestock nutrition or livestock handling will turn to experts in the field.

Extension from Colorado State University, veterinary experts, breeder organizations that represent the state’s various producers, and groups that provide credible research and outreach have made the information widely available. that can be used to guide best management practices. I do not want to allow the definition of acceptable farming practices to be left to those who are uninformed, lack expertise and guided by extremist groups seeking to end farming.

If you follow the money here, it will lead you to a nice pair of vegan leather shoes. I recognize the need for regulation and understand state laws that criminalize animal abuse and neglect.

If the statutory term “acceptable animal husbandry practices” is defined in state law, what extremists would like is the start of a slippery slope that will lead producers and consumers down a end with the disappearance of the state’s most important industry.

The Bureau of Animal Welfare exists to help law enforcement investigate cases of animal neglect and cruelty, and the BAP has the authority to remove pets, livestock, and equines from situations. neglect or abuse.

To investigate these reports, they depend on educated, trained and experienced animal health veterinarians. Defining acceptable animal husbandry practices in law implies that the State of Colorado trusts politicians and extremists more than veterinary practitioners, law enforcement and animal production experts.

It is redundant because experts have compiled resources that outline the best way to care for livestock. This is nonsense because the laws cannot apply to all animal production methods, systems and practices for every species and every production model. We’re not Newsom’s California Prop 12, after all. It is dangerous because it is emotionally charged to think that animals are being abused, neglected or mistreated and to react on emotion rather than facts is ill-advised under any circumstances. And it’s treacherous with an administration that has snagged the keys to the kingdom where animal rights extremists can grab them.

All that said, the app’s pipe dream is laughable. For the purposes of enforcing a state law that criminalizes animal abuse, law enforcement may be trained to determine the body condition of animals and determine if feed and water is available appropriate and adequate for a particular species, and certainly trained to know when to call a veterinarian. experts. The waters quickly muddy when we attempt to legislate the best methods for raising animals.

It could be used in criminal animal abuse cases to determine abuse, but it’s more likely a matter of virtue signaling to other states that Colorado doesn’t trust cattle ranchers. and would prefer to allow experts in the legislature to dictate practices. . I’ll wait here while you compile a list of animal production experts in the Legislative Assembly.

With the current make-up of state government, any attempt to define acceptable animal husbandry practices in law is likely to call to mind the PAUSE law.

This failed ballot proposal sought to end animal agriculture by criminalizing cattle ranchers and labeling them sex offenders for using artificial insemination or assisting with a difficult calving, among other common practices. He also sought to define the natural lifespan of various species in law and to prohibit the slaughter of livestock until the livestock lived up to 11 times longer than production, profitability and production would suggest. appetite.

Any legislation that seeks to define acceptable farming practices provides a platform for extremists to stifle an entire industry. Any attempt to do so must be met with enthusiastic opposition from Agriculture Commissioner Kate Greenburg and Governor Jared Polis.

If they are faced with this possibility and do not act quickly to protect the agriculture industry and the consumers who depend on it, their silence will speak volumes.

Rachel Gabel writes on agriculture and rural issues. She is the associate editor of The Fence Post Magazine, the region’s leading agricultural publication. Gabel is a daughter of the state’s oil and gas industry and a member of one of 12,000 cattle ranching families in the state. She is the author of children’s books used in hundreds of classrooms to teach students about agriculture.

Rachel Gabel writes on agriculture and rural issues. She is the associate editor of The Fence Post Magazine, the region’s leading agricultural publication. Gabel is a daughter of the state’s oil and gas industry and a member of one of 12,000 cattle ranching families in the state. She is the author of children’s books used in hundreds of classrooms to teach students about agriculture.

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Lieutenant Governor Inaugurates Workshop on “New Horizons in Sheep and Goat Husbandry within the Tribal Community: Challenges and Opportunities” https://malcolmbluefarm.com/lieutenant-governor-inaugurates-workshop-on-new-horizons-in-sheep-and-goat-husbandry-within-the-tribal-community-challenges-and-opportunities/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 10:32:48 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/lieutenant-governor-inaugurates-workshop-on-new-horizons-in-sheep-and-goat-husbandry-within-the-tribal-community-challenges-and-opportunities/ Sheep breeds with high genetic potential, exotic breeds for cross-breeding, marketing facilities and the mechanism of preventing endemic disease problems will bring overall improvement to the sheep farming sector and improve the socio-economic status of a vast majority of our breeders: LG Govt. build 1000 cattle sheds for the tribal community. 1500 self-help groups to […]]]>

Sheep breeds with high genetic potential, exotic breeds for cross-breeding, marketing facilities and the mechanism of preventing endemic disease problems will bring overall improvement to the sheep farming sector and improve the socio-economic status of a vast majority of our breeders: LG

Govt. build 1000 cattle sheds for the tribal community. 1500 self-help groups to receive Rs. 1 Lakh of financial assistance from the Department of Tribal Affairs. 50 self-help groups to receive Rs. 3 Lakh each for GenSet and solar powered shears for ‘Dhoks’, LG announces

Joint Facilitation Center – one in each division of Kashmir and Jammu to be established for collection, grading, sorting and packing of wool: LG

The government will soon introduce a social security scheme for sheep farmers and provide insurance coverage for livestock. A comprehensive policy will also be prepared for health cards and health tracking for disease prevention and control measures, LG says.

· SKUAST-Kashmir and J&K Sheep Department sign Memorandum of Understanding for Footrot Vaccine Distribution

· LG publishes various publications, including “The Sheep Farmer’s Journal” and the “Sheep Farmer’s Handbook”

· Progressive farmers and entrepreneurs share their success stories

Srinagar, Sep 17 (KNS): Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today inaugurated a workshop on “New horizons in sheep and goat farming within the tribal community: challenges and opportunities” here at SKICC.

Responding to requests and concerns from the tribal community, the Lieutenant Governor announced that the UT government would construct 1,000 sheds for the tribal community’s livestock.

The Lieutenant Governor further announced that the Department of Tribal Affairs will extend financial assistance of Rs One lakh each to 1500 self help groups for wool shearing machines and skills.

50 self-help groups will receive Rs 3.00 Lakh each for generator and solar powered shears for the “Dhoks”, he added.

The Lieutenant Governor also shared the government’s plan to establish a social security scheme for sheep farmers and provide insurance coverage for livestock. A comprehensive policy will also be prepared for health cards and health tracking for disease prevention and control measures, he added.

The Lieutenant Governor commended the J&K Kisans Development Advisory Board and the UT Sheep Department for organizing the important workshop to explore new opportunities and identify the interventions needed to make the sheep and goat farming more lucrative sector for stakeholders.

The results of today’s brainstorming session of agricultural scientists, experts and tribal community members will be objectively evaluated and incorporated into government policies to be implemented on the ground for the benefit of all stakeholders. , said the lieutenant governor.

Our goal is to increase livestock productivity and production in a sustainable manner and focus on untapped potential for export and value-added products, observed the Lieutenant Governor.

Sheep breeds with high genetic potential, exotic breeds for cross-breeding, marketing facilities and the mechanism of preventing endemic disease problems will bring overall improvement to the sheep farming sector and improve the socio-economic status of a vast majority of our breeders,” said the Lieutenant Governor.

The Lieutenant Governor highlighted the reforms introduced by the government for the modernization and promotion of the sheep farming sector and the strengthening of business activities and production of the sector which provides livelihoods to about 12 lakh families in the UT.

Jammu and Kashmir has the distinction of having the highest consumption of sheep/goat meat per capita in the country. Therefore, to meet this huge demand, we import about 40% of our requirements from other states. This huge demand for sheep/goat meat by our people is more of an opportunity than a challenge as it provides tremendous opportunities for sheep and goat farmers, observed the Lieutenant Governor.

The UT government has partnered with New Zealand to develop a model sheep farming system through better husbandry practices, technology transfer, doubling wool and meat production, marketing, capacity building and securing additional income for sheep farmers, the lieutenant governor said.

The Lieutenant Governor observed that UT of J&K has been granted the privilege of having the finest breeds of sheep in the country and it is still a privilege that we hold 50% of the crossbred population of the country in UT.

We are also the second largest wool producer in the country and number one in terms of the quality of wool produced. Although wool processing has not been exploited to the extent it should have been, our government is very concerned about this and many viable solutions are being actively considered by the government, which will be released into the public domain very soon, said the lieutenant governor.

A joint facilitation center – one in each division of Kashmir and Jammu will be established for the collection, grading, sorting and packing of wool, the Lieutenant Governor has announced.

We have made significant achievements in the sector, but the government is keen to push this sector to new heights and close all the gaps to make this sector more vibrant, profitable, market-driven, employable and sustainable, observed Lt. -governor.

A senior high level committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Mangala Rai, a top scientist and policy maker in the country, has already been constituted for the holistic development of the agriculture and allied sector. The committee has started deliberations and is presenting a futuristic roadmap in the next three months for inclusive growth, value addition, marketing strategies and sustainable production of the sector, he added.

Sh Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor, said that the administration of UT led by the Lieutenant Governor is committed to the holistic development of the tribal community of Jammu and Kashmir. The administration is taking groundbreaking reforms and various welfare measures to improve the living standards of tribal community members, he added.

Sh Atal Dulloo, Additional Chief Secretary of the Agricultural Production Department, highlighted the department’s future goals to promote the sheep farming sector, encourage export and marketing and increase wool production. He said that all possibilities were being explored to exploit the vast potential of this sector.

Prof. Nazir Ahmad Ganai, Vice Chancellor of SKUAST Kashmir, speaking on the occasion, remembered Padma Shri Dr. Ghulam Ahmed Bandey for his valuable contribution in the sheep and livestock sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

He also briefed on the development of footrot vaccine by SKUAST Kashmir. The VC further shared details of various other programs, research activities carried out at the University to develop vaccines, and wool treatment policies.

Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Secretary of Government, Department of Tribal Affairs, highlighted the projects and programs formulated for the welfare of the tribal people by the administration of UT over the past two years. He further informed that the 865 posts of Tribal Asha were sanctioned by the central government last month.

Sh Bashir Ahmad Khan, Director of Sheep Husbandry in Kashmir, highlighted sheep husbandry achievements, services and programs. 446 sheep extension centers are functional across UT to facilitate sheep and goat farmers, he informed.

Sh Abdul Hamid Wani, Board Secretary of J&K Kisan gave a detailed introduction to the workshop.

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between SKUAST Kashmir and the Department of Sheep Husbandry for Footrot Vaccine to alleviate the suffering of animals and livestock owners.

Progressive farmers and entrepreneurs also shared their success stories. J&K Kisan Board Member Ch Mohammad expressed his gratitude to the UT Administration-led Lieutenant Governor for implementing progressive farmer-centered policies.

A detailed presentation was given on the evolution of sheep farming in Kashmir. A documentary on tribal peoples and the nomadic seasonal migrant population associated with sheep and goat herding was also shown.

Lt Governor inspected the barns installed by various stakeholders and also published various publications including the “Sheep Breeders Journal” and the “Sheep Breeders Handbook” on this occasion.

Sh Pandurang K Pole, Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir; Sh Mohammad Aijaz, Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar; members of the J&K advisory board for the development of Kisans; senior officials, farmers and members of the tribal community in large numbers were present on the occasion. (KNS)

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Dulloo reviews progress on Capex, CSS, NABARD for animal husbandry, sheep and fisheries https://malcolmbluefarm.com/dulloo-reviews-progress-on-capex-css-nabard-for-animal-husbandry-sheep-and-fisheries/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 13:28:37 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/dulloo-reviews-progress-on-capex-css-nabard-for-animal-husbandry-sheep-and-fisheries/ Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Agricultural Production Department (APD), Atal Dulloo today chaired a meeting at the Civil Secretariat here to review progress under UT CAPEX, RIDF-NABARD , programs and deliverables centrally sponsored 2022-23 implemented by Departments of Animal Husbandry/Sheep and Fisheries (ASH&F). The meeting was attended by Secretary Agriculture Production Department, Special Secretary ASH&F, Livestock […]]]>

Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Agricultural Production Department (APD), Atal Dulloo today chaired a meeting at the Civil Secretariat here to review progress under UT CAPEX, RIDF-NABARD , programs and deliverables centrally sponsored 2022-23 implemented by Departments of Animal Husbandry/Sheep and Fisheries (ASH&F).

The meeting was attended by Secretary Agriculture Production Department, Special Secretary ASH&F, Livestock Manager Jammu/Kashmir, Sheep Farm Manager Jammu/Kashmir, Fisheries Manager, Finance Manager ASH&F, technical agents, ASH&F. Officers based in Jammu attended the meeting via video conference.

During the meeting, detailed deliberations took place on the physical and financial progress made by the Departments under the Capex 2022-23 and CSS in the current fiscal year.

Atal Dulloo discussed the capital expenditure by activity of Livestock, Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Departments under these programs in Jammu and Kashmir. He emphasized the achievement of objectives and the expenditure of resources strictly within the framework of budgetary provisions.

While chairing the meeting, Atal Dulloo urged officers to prepare field staff so that substantial progress on UT capex and other programs can be made. He said any nonchalant approach from any officer will be dealt with forcefully. He also asked them to use resources efficiently so that the maximum number of people benefit from these programs.

ACS further instructed officers to coordinate efforts to have the two semen stations in Jammu and Kashmir certified by the Central Monitoring Unit. He also said certification of animal and sheep breeding laboratories should be worked on. He also said that emphasis should be placed on livestock registration and insurance so that more and more people benefit.

While reviewing the progress made on the deliverables for the year 2011-23 by the Department of Animal and Sheep Farming and Fisheries, Atal Dulloo instructed officers to exert strenuous efforts to ensure that all deliverables are achieved on time. A detailed presentation was made, giving a detailed overview of approved expenditure under various schemes.

Earlier, Atal Dulloo also chaired a meeting to discuss and review the proposal submitted by the Wool and Wool Export Promotion Council (WWEPC) to establish a wool development and marketing platform in Jammu- and Kashmir with processing facilities with J&K government through PPP mode.

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Livestock department on high alert as lumpy skin disease reported in Maharashtra https://malcolmbluefarm.com/livestock-department-on-high-alert-as-lumpy-skin-disease-reported-in-maharashtra/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 19:10:08 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/livestock-department-on-high-alert-as-lumpy-skin-disease-reported-in-maharashtra/ After Gujarat, Maharashtra started reporting lumpy skin diseases in cattle, which put the livestock department on high alert. Sachindra Pratap Singh, Livestock Commissioner, in an interview with The Indian Express, said cases had been reported in five districts so far, with 10 animals likely dead due to the disease. Caused by a virus, lumpy skin […]]]>

After Gujarat, Maharashtra started reporting lumpy skin diseases in cattle, which put the livestock department on high alert. Sachindra Pratap Singh, Livestock Commissioner, in an interview with The Indian Express, said cases had been reported in five districts so far, with 10 animals likely dead due to the disease.

Caused by a virus, lumpy skin disease has become a major threat to cattle and buffaloes in the country in recent years.

This year, the disease has been reported in Gujarat, Rajasthan and 20 other states.

Characterized by bumps on the skin, the disease is vector-borne and, if not treated in time, can lead to death. In most cases, the disease causes a reduction in milk production. Stray cases had been reported in Maharashtra since August 5, with Jalgaon, Pune, Ahmednagar and Latur being the epicentres.

Singh said due to the disease, livestock markets in key epicenter districts have been suspended. This week, Loni market in Rahata taluka of Ahmednagar district will remain closed for livestock; it will continue to work for goats and sheep.

Vaccination is undertaken within 5 km of the epicenter and the infected animal is isolated.

“Fortunately, the disease is not zoonotic and does not spread through the air. Farmers are advised to take control measures,” Singh said.

District collectors and Zilla Parishad CEOs have been urged to be extra vigilant in the face of the disease.

Singh advised farmers to access veterinary services as soon as possible.

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Indie MMO Spotlight: Animal Breeding, Late Summer Testing, and Testing Galore https://malcolmbluefarm.com/indie-mmo-spotlight-animal-breeding-late-summer-testing-and-testing-galore/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/indie-mmo-spotlight-animal-breeding-late-summer-testing-and-testing-galore/ Every week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMOs, so you don’t have to. In this week’s news, farmers can now raise animals alongside their crops, prospectors get a new map to explore, and several alpha and beta tests are planned for next month. There’s a lot of other stuff going on as […]]]>

Every week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMOs, so you don’t have to. In this week’s news, farmers can now raise animals alongside their crops, prospectors get a new map to explore, and several alpha and beta tests are planned for next month. There’s a lot of other stuff going on as well, so let’s stop wasting time and get started with this week’s MMO Indie Spotlight.

land of adventure

The most recent Week in Review (08/22/22) covers new code features, Home Server feature, and a week-long bug bounty program.

BitCraft

Seeing the caption “The grind is real” on this week’s Twitter post sent shivers down my spine. Luckily, the thumbnail clarified that the grind was about making bread, not the typical MMO grind I was thinking.

Travelogue

In the same way Tech Blog 14a new position on the BoT The Steam page outlines some upcoming changes to train and ship travel.

chimeraland

It was a busy Thursday for Chimeraland. Along with the server maintenance, a new server, IceRiver, has been added to the Americas server pool. Thursday also marked the start of the Draconic Galactica Treasure Hunt event.

cinderstone online

A free open beta is coming to Cinderstone online. The beta will run from September 1-8. Players will be able to try out three classes up to level 20 by putting them to the test in the first main story chapter and two party dungeons. You will also be able to unlock and explore 2 open world maps and a capital city. And don’t forget to test out the new systems the development team has been working on, including the crafting system, caravans, node events, and the siege system.

The Cycle: Frontier

Season 2 of The Cycle: Frontier be there soon! Along with several other updates, the new season will have a third map, Tharis Island, for players to explore, exploit, and dominate.

dual universe

As mentioned in last week’s IMS, Ask Aphelia #14 was released on Thursday. The Q&A podcast was dedicated to answering many of the community’s questions about the upcoming FROM launch. In addition to the podcast, Novaquark published a guide to help players prepare for the upcoming reset.

Elethor

A small update is coming Elethor September 1. Focused on The Spire, the Daily Boost multiplier will be replaced with a new Vault Boost multiplier to increase your month-end rewards.

Ember Sword

According to several announcements on Ember Sword Discord, Bright Star Studios is gearing up for the next stage of global growth. This includes an updated management team, with co-founder Joris Huijbregts taking on the role of Chief Development Office. Other key roles have been filled by industry veterans from brands like Blizzard, Riot Games, King, and more. You can get all the details from the Press release.

foxhole

Siege Camp has announced that it will hold a live broadcast on the foxhole Twitch Channel. The stream is scheduled for Wednesday, September 7 at 2:00 p.m. EDT to reveal the 1.0 update. The 1.0 FAQs was updated before the stream.

fractured online

There will be a Free Play Weekend September 2-5. Special weekend events will include the Problem with obsidian breaking appearance event. This is a perfect opportunity to try fractured online before his Early Access Release September 15. And while you eagerly await the free play event, be sure to watch the replay of the Council of the Elysée Chapter 9.

Gloria Victis

With Weekly Update 331, players can now add animals to their farms through the new breeding system. The update also includes a preview video of the upcoming improved daytime and nighttime visuals, as well as numerous quality of life updates.

Legends of Aria

There have been some minor changes to the $ARIA listing schedule to align the DEX and CEX listings. You can get all the details in this blog post.

Crazy world

Crazy world will have his first closed betast from September 15 to 21. In the meantime, be sure to check out the new Crazy world Gamescom 2022 Trailer!

Legacy of the Mist

Version 0.1.25.0 went live on Thursday. You can find the patch notes on the Legacy of the Mist Steam page.

past fate

With server issues and other bug reports during the current Open Alpha testing, Icy North Games has announced that it will be delaying The past fate Early access version. The new release date should be announced after the end of the Open Alpha.

Profane

INSANE shows they have skin in the game. A tweet this week showed the work that went into conceptualizing many of the skins being developed for Profane.

prosperous universe

Michi talks about server performance and faction contracts in Dev Diary #349while Nick worked on the game’s pricing pages.

Kingdom of the Mad God

After reviewing data from the past two weeks, DECA Games is fine-tuning the experience needed to complete all 78 Battlepass levels.

Honor scars

Beast Burst Entertainment has been busy updating the Gallery Pages on the Honor scars to place. Along with cool wallpapers, there are updated game templates for existing races, including new pages for Bearan and Gronthar races.

Tatsumeeko

A new betting system was announced this week. Among the changes are a new user interface, multiple lockout durations, and reduced fees. There is also an update Meekolony guide to staking to reflect the changes. And don’t forget to check out the Weekly blog For the others Tatsumeeko news and updates.

Villagers and Heroes

Equinox 2022 goes live this week. The event area, The Oases of Anuk’Amon, will have new outfits, 20 unique hidden chests to find, and lots of other changes to be discovered by the players.

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Nimal Livestock Minister Laljit Bhullar hands over letters of appointment to 29 veterinary inspectors https://malcolmbluefarm.com/nimal-livestock-minister-laljit-bhullar-hands-over-letters-of-appointment-to-29-veterinary-inspectors/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 10:26:34 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/nimal-livestock-minister-laljit-bhullar-hands-over-letters-of-appointment-to-29-veterinary-inspectors/ In line with Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s pledge to provide maximum jobs for the state’s youth, Livestock, Fisheries and Dairy Development Minister Laljit Singh Bhullar on Thursday handed in letters of appointment to 29 veterinary inspectors in the department. In a brief and simple ceremony at the livestock complex, SAS Nagar, the Minister of Livestock […]]]>

In line with Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s pledge to provide maximum jobs for the state’s youth, Livestock, Fisheries and Dairy Development Minister Laljit Singh Bhullar on Thursday handed in letters of appointment to 29 veterinary inspectors in the department.

In a brief and simple ceremony at the livestock complex, SAS Nagar, the Minister of Livestock said that out of 148 Veterinary Inspectors (VIs), candidates whose verification process has been completed, received letters of nomination today and the remaining 119 candidates will soon join the department after the completion of the vetting process.

The Minister informed that the recruitment process for 418 Veterinary Officers (VO) is ongoing as the competition was held recently. And, this recruitment process will also be completed soon, he added.

Livestock Minister Laljit Singh Bhullar has said that the announcement for the recruitment of more veterinary inspectors and other staff in the department will be released soon, urging the youths of Punjab to prepare for the competitions according to their qualifications.

While congratulating the newly appointed employees, the Cabinet Minister urged them to work honestly and with dedication. “Newly appointed employees should make honesty a part of their lives,” urged the minister.

He expressed the hope that now farmers and herders are in trouble due to diseases like lumpy skin and African swine fever, the livestock department will be strengthened with this new batch to fight the diseases.

The Principal Livestock Secretary, Mr. Vikas Pratap commended the newly appointed Veterinary Inspectors and asked them to pledge to work diligently so that all concerned sections of society can benefit from the services of the department in the real meaning of the term.

On this occasion, the Director of Animal Husbandry, Dr. Subhash Chander Goel, the Director of Dairy, Dr. Kuldeep Singh, the Director of Fisheries, Mr. Jasvir Singh and other officials were also present.

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Prime Minister of Gomel Oblast to review progress of harvesting campaign and status of animal husbandry https://malcolmbluefarm.com/prime-minister-of-gomel-oblast-to-review-progress-of-harvesting-campaign-and-status-of-animal-husbandry/ Fri, 19 Aug 2022 11:43:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/prime-minister-of-gomel-oblast-to-review-progress-of-harvesting-campaign-and-status-of-animal-husbandry/ ROGACHEV DISTRICT, Aug. 19 (BelTA) — Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko is in Gomel Oblast on a work trip. The progress of the harvest campaign and the inventory of the breeding sector are on the program of the trip, learned BelTA. The first location on the Prime Minister’s route was the SUP Zabolotye-2010 agricultural enterprise […]]]>

ROGACHEV DISTRICT, Aug. 19 (BelTA) — Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko is in Gomel Oblast on a work trip. The progress of the harvest campaign and the inventory of the breeding sector are on the program of the trip, learned BelTA.

The first location on the Prime Minister’s route was the SUP Zabolotye-2010 agricultural enterprise in the Zapolye agro-city. Roman Golovchenko visited a field belonging to the company, got acquainted with the progress of the harvest campaign in the oblast and the district, and visited a dairy farm housing 600 heads of cattle. The dairy farm was commissioned in 2019 and provides only top quality products. There are a total of 767 livestock facilities and 194 agricultural enterprises in the region. The number of agricultural enterprises will be reduced to about 160 by the end of the year as the small ones will be merged with the larger ones.

No fewer than 17 agricultural enterprises operate in the Rogachev district, and SUP Zabolotye-2010 is one of the largest. The enterprise is located in the area designated for the supply of raw materials to the Rogachev Milk Cannery and has appropriate support from the plant. Farm workers led by a young manager are determined to deliver results, which are achieved through labor discipline and decent labor compensation. The average salary is 1,200 br while the number of workers is close to 400 people.

There are six dairy farms and three commercial farms in Zabolotye, with 2,850 cows in the dairy herd. Almost 47 tons of milk are produced daily (102% compared to last year) for Rogachev Milk Canning Factory. Premium milk represents 80% of production while premium milk represents 20%. Most milk is used to make baby food. The farming business also specializes in making beef and earns about Br300,000 a month just from selling meat. Calves are fattened to the specified market weight and slaughtered at the Zhlobin Meat Processing and Packing Plant.

The management of SUP Zabolotye-2010 is convinced that the high quality of meat products can be achieved primarily through proper nutrition. The company workers harvest the fodder themselves. For example, the company is about to start harvesting corn for silage. SUP Zabolotye-2010 Executive Director Maksim Bekhtin said: “There is no problem with the availability of fodder. Nearly 18,000 tons of haylage have been stored to date, more than 100% compared to last year. However, we continue to work and are already mowing the third grass, preparing the haylage. »

The area to be harvested was almost 31,000 hectares in the Rogachev district this year. The figure includes spring and winter cereals without buckwheat and millet. To date, over 80% of the area has been processed, with over 52,000 tonnes of grain produced. The average yield stands at 24 cents per hectare, or 2.3 cents per hectare compared to 2021. Rogachev district started sowing winter barley this year, with 842 hectares of land sown with this culture. Local farmers get a return of 31 cents per hectare (even 39 cents per hectare in some agricultural enterprises). The result is above average. This year, the winter barley area will be increased by almost 70% to reach 3,500 hectares.

Progress in the execution of government contracts has already reached 70%, with 93% of the malting barley the state needs already delivered. So far, three agricultural enterprises have completed the grain harvesting campaign, including SUP Zabolotye-2010, which is supposed to complete it today. The gross harvest of grain amounts to 9,500 tons, with an average yield in the agricultural enterprise of 30 cents per hectare, 2.8 cents per hectare from 2021. The total area of ​​agricultural land of SUP Zabolotye-2010 amounts to 11,000 ha, including 8,000 ha of arable land. ground.

Gomel oblast is expected to harvest about 830,000 tons of grain this year, up from nearly 790,000 tons in 2021. So far, about 80 percent of the targeted area has been processed, with an average yield of 24.2 cents per hectare. Weather permitting, the harvest campaign will be over within a week. This year’s results have demonstrated that crop structure must change. For example, the area under winter barley will increase from 6,200 ha in 2022 to 39,000 ha in 2023. By the way, the yield of winter barley was 35 cents per hectare (as comparison, the yield of spring barley is 21 cents per hectare). The total area devoted to winter crops will increase from 300,000 ha to 360,000 ha. In turn, acreage devoted to spring oats and barley will be reduced.

According to the chairman of the executive committee of Gomel oblast, Ivan Krupko, agriculture can work and produce good results. It’s important to keep up with technology and have good weather. The region has faced rainless weather for the past five years. It had an effect on agriculture and livestock, with a drop in milk and meat production. It takes a long time to stabilize the situation afterwards. Another important factor for agriculture is experienced personnel, who understand the breeding strategy and the peculiarities of breeding. The administration of Gomel Oblast focuses on young people, who are trained and provided with all kinds of assistance, including financial aid and housing.

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Vet Varsity is delegating about 200 vet students to work with the Animal Husbandry Department to diffuse the LSD crisis https://malcolmbluefarm.com/vet-varsity-is-delegating-about-200-vet-students-to-work-with-the-animal-husbandry-department-to-diffuse-the-lsd-crisis/ Sun, 14 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/vet-varsity-is-delegating-about-200-vet-students-to-work-with-the-animal-husbandry-department-to-diffuse-the-lsd-crisis/ LUDHIANE: Vet Varsity delegates approximately 200 veterinary students to work with the Animal Husbandry Department to control Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) of animals. Dr SPS, Ghuman, Dean, College of Veterinary Sciences, GADVASU informed that Punjab State has 46.11 lakh households and of which about 20 lakh households own cattle and buffaloes. The sustainability of the […]]]>

LUDHIANE: Vet Varsity delegates approximately 200 veterinary students to work with the Animal Husbandry Department to control Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) of animals. Dr SPS, Ghuman, Dean, College of Veterinary Sciences, GADVASU informed that Punjab State has 46.11 lakh households and of which about 20 lakh households own cattle and buffaloes.

The sustainability of the rural economy relies on dairy production systems. Currently, LSD is affecting the dairy farming community and farmers are facing economic losses due to this viral disease. The Punjab government, through its Livestock Department, is trying different measures to stop the spread of diseases and reduce farmers’ losses. To diffuse the current dairy farmer crisis, and also to work hand in hand with the State Department of Animal Husbandry, GADVASU has delegated 179 veterinary students to different districts in the state. The chief minister of the state formed the coordination committee to deal with the LSD crisis.

The decision to delegate the students to different districts in the state was taken during the meeting of this committee held on August 12, 2022 in the presence of the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Animal Husbandry of the State. BVSc & AH Diploma Program students on internship at College of Veterinary Science, Ludhiana (43 interns) and Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Amritsar (20 interns) as well as second year students in the process of graduating from Veterinary Inspector at Veterinary Polytechnic, Kaljharani, Bathinda (63 students) and Baba Hira Das Ji College of Veterinary Pharmacy, Badal District, Sri Muktsar Sahib (53 students) will report to Deputy Directors of Animal Husbandry Department in different districts of the Status from August 16, 2022 onwards.

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