Husbandry – Malcolm Blue Farm http://malcolmbluefarm.com/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 18:32:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-14.png Husbandry – Malcolm Blue Farm http://malcolmbluefarm.com/ 32 32 Jammu Animal Husbandry Department celebrates National Milk Day – Kashmir Reader https://malcolmbluefarm.com/jammu-animal-husbandry-department-celebrates-national-milk-day-kashmir-reader/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 18:32:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/jammu-animal-husbandry-department-celebrates-national-milk-day-kashmir-reader/ JAMMU: The Jammu Livestock Department today celebrated “National Milk Day” in KisanBhawan, TalabTillo. The celebration was organized to commemorate the anniversary of the birth of the father of the “white revolution” in India, Lieutenant Dr Verghese Kurien.J&K UT Government Animal and Sheep Breeding Department Principal Secretary Navin Kumar Choudhary, while participating via the online mode, […]]]>

JAMMU: The Jammu Livestock Department today celebrated “National Milk Day” in KisanBhawan, TalabTillo. The celebration was organized to commemorate the anniversary of the birth of the father of the “white revolution” in India, Lieutenant Dr Verghese Kurien.
J&K UT Government Animal and Sheep Breeding Department Principal Secretary Navin Kumar Choudhary, while participating via the online mode, praised the agricultural fraternity and said that J&K UT, Under the able leadership of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinhaji, is witnessing growth of the dairy sector by meeting the growing demand for milk and dairy products.
He urged dairy farmers to opt for processing milk into value-added products like ghee, cheese, kalari so that they can be exported to outside states and even to countries with huge demand. However, he insisted on the need to ensure the purity and safety of the product. He further advised farmers to take advantage of the air freight subsidy available under the Integrated Dairy Development Program. To compete with the changing times, he encouraged the farming community to prepare to sell their dairy products through online retail platforms to reach new customers and achieve rapid growth.
Jammu Animal Husbandry Director Dr Sagar D. Doifode said the event was the first of its kind in J&K UT. He gratefully acknowledged the contributions of Dr Verghese Kurien for his tireless efforts to shape the growth of the dairy sector which ultimately led India to become the world’s largest producer of milk from 1998 onwards.
The director said that the Jammu Livestock Department is actively working to improve milk production through the latest technological interventions such as the introduction of sex sorted seed and new varieties of higher yielding forage seeds. .
He added that the department has redoubled its efforts in terms of sanctioning the division’s dairy units and that soon the region will generate a surplus of milk through the induction of elite dairy animals from outside as well as at planned crossings.
On this occasion, the director, on behalf of the department, sent his warmest greetings to the entire agricultural community and assured them all possible support in all their efforts.
Progressive dairy farmers praised the livestock department for taking several revolutionary initiatives in the development of the dairy sector in the region. They also appreciated the support approach adopted by the department to facilitate the implementation of social assistance plans / programs in the field.
In tribute to the Father of the White Revolution, a cup of Milk was served to participants during the event.
Kisan J&K Advisory Board members, progressive dairy farmers from Jammu and neighboring districts, CEO of Jammu Livestock Development Council, joint directors, livestock managers, assistant veterinary surgeons and staff from the livestock department, media staff as well as a large number of farmers were also present on the occasion.
Earlier, a preamble reading ceremony was also held in the boardroom of the Jammu Livestock Directorate to celebrate “Constitution Day”.







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Center reflects on mobile veterinary units to help livestock dependents – The New Indian Express https://malcolmbluefarm.com/center-reflects-on-mobile-veterinary-units-to-help-livestock-dependents-the-new-indian-express/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 07:56:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/center-reflects-on-mobile-veterinary-units-to-help-livestock-dependents-the-new-indian-express/ Express news service NEW DELHI: For better health care of livestock by improving veterinary services, the central government has planned a program to organize mobile veterinary units (MVU) so that medical facilities are available at the gates of farmers and people dependent on them. animal husbandry for their livelihood. As part of this program, the […]]]>

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NEW DELHI: For better health care of livestock by improving veterinary services, the central government has planned a program to organize mobile veterinary units (MVU) so that medical facilities are available at the gates of farmers and people dependent on them. animal husbandry for their livelihood.

As part of this program, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production (AH&D) will provide funds to the Government of States and Union Territories (UT) for MVUs. According to officials, the idea is to have a van for a lakh of cattle.

“We are all aware of the state of health services in the states. This program will certainly help farmers, especially the poorest and also those who are far away in small districts or villages, to keep their animals healthy. Availability of health care facilities – timely treatment – will translate into good production, ”said a department official familiar with the matter.

MVUs will be custom-built vehicles equipped with facilities for diagnosis, treatment, minor surgery, audiovisual aids and other basic requirements. The vans will be parked at strategic locations to minimize travel time.

According to the latest livestock census (2019), the country has 536.76 million animals including 303.76 million cattle. The official added that states or UTs could set up a call center, where farmers will register their needs.

“The call center can be aligned with the functioning of the existing service. He will receive calls from breeders, animal owners, and forward them to the call center veterinarian. The decision to orient the MUV will be based on the emerging nature of the case decided by the doctor at the center, who will also monitor the movement of the vans, “said the official.

As part of its ambitious plan to eradicate two major animal diseases, peste des petits ruminants (PPR) and classical swine fever (PCP), the department is preparing to launch a mega vaccination campaign. It will provide vaccines to all states and UTs.

The goal is to eradicate PPR by 2030 by vaccinating all sheep and goats and to control CSF by vaccinating the entire pig population. According to the 2019 livestock census, the pig population in India is 9.06 million, while goats were 148.88 million and there were 74.26 million sheep.

Another contagious disease is PPR, also known as sheep and caprine plague. CSF is a highly contagious infection, which constitutes a major constraint in the development of pig farming.


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Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production Organizes National Stakeholder Workshop on National Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan https://malcolmbluefarm.com/department-of-animal-husbandry-and-dairy-production-organizes-national-stakeholder-workshop-on-national-antimicrobial-resistance-action-plan/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 17:43:23 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/department-of-animal-husbandry-and-dairy-production-organizes-national-stakeholder-workshop-on-national-antimicrobial-resistance-action-plan/ National stakeholder workshop Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production Organizes National Stakeholder Workshop on National Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan During Global Antimicrobial Awareness Week, stakeholders discuss strategic priorities of the National Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan With the aim of “Swachata-se-Pavitrata”, sincere and coordinated efforts are needed to strengthen the overall animal health infrastructure at […]]]>

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With the aim of “Swachata-se-Pavitrata”, sincere and coordinated efforts are needed to strengthen the overall animal health infrastructure at all levels – Shri Parshottam Rupala

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The Department of Livestock and Dairy Production, with support from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, organized a national stakeholder workshop on the National Action Plan to Combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Global Antimicrobial Awareness Week takes place from November 18 to 24 each year. It aims to raise awareness and engage in the fight against the emergence of AMR. To tackle antimicrobial resistance, the World Health Organization led the development of a global plan of action on antimicrobial resistance which was approved in 2015. In April 2017, India was among the first countries to have launched the National Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan for 2017 to 2021. Many activities have since been undertaken in accordance with the action plan. The Department of Livestock and Dairy Production, with support from the Food and Agriculture Organization, plans to review and revise the NAP for 2022 to 2025 for the livestock sector. The stakeholder workshop addressed the review of the national action plan for 2022-2025 with particular emphasis on antimicrobial resistance activities that can be implemented in the livestock sector.

The opening session of the workshop was addressed by Shri. Parshottam Rupala, Minister, Livestock and Fisheries Dairy Products, Dr. Loganathan Murugan, Minister of State for Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Production, Shri Atul Chaturvedi, Secretary, Department of Livestock and dairy production, Shri Upamanyu Basu, Co-Secretary, (Livestock Health) Mr. Tomio Shichiri, FAO Country Representative, India, Dr. Hirofumi Kugita, OIE, Regional Representative, Japan, Shri Jatindra Nath Swain, Secretary, Department of Fisheries, and Dr. Praveen Malik, Commissioner of Livestock, Govt. from India. The Department of Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy has shared concerns about AMR in aquatic animals as well as livestock and committed to effectively implementing the One Health framework. They pledged to do their utmost to overcome traditional inefficiencies in infrastructure strengthening and capacity building for the development of the NAP for AMR.

The technical sessions of the workshop were marked by discussions on improving awareness and understanding of AMR through effective communication, education and training, knowledge and evidence building through surveillance , reducing the incidence of infections through effective infection prevention and control, optimizing the use of antimicrobial agents in health, animals and food, encouraging investments for activities, research and innovations in AMR, and strengthening India’s leadership in AMR. The workshop saw the participation of experts from the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare , Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, National Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization, World Organization for Animal Health, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Bank, Poultry Associations, International Livestock Research Institute, National Livestock Departments, Veterinary Universities, Central Disease Diagnostic Laboratories, among others. A special issue of the Indian Journal of Comparative Microbiology Immunology and Infectious diseases focusing on antimicrobial resistance was published at the workshop.

“The pandemic has highlighted the need to tackle the problems of endemic diseases. We need to address environmental health as well as animal health as well as our efforts to ensure quality human health systems and initiatives. Since animals are at the heart of the emergence of zoonoses, sincere and coordinated efforts are needed to strengthen the overall animal health infrastructure and capacity at state, regional and national levels. 3 key areas should be awareness raising, embracing welfare for all with Ayurvedic practices and ensuring cleanliness for the purpose of “Swachata-se-Pavitrata”. I urge all stakeholders to move forward together and commit to fully supporting the effective and efficient implementation of a single health framework, ”said Shri. Parshottam Rupala, Minister of Fisheries and Livestock and Dairy Production during the inaugural session.

Addressing stakeholders at the event, Shri Atul Chaturvedi, Secretary of the Department of Livestock and Dairy Production said: “Antimicrobial resistance has become one of the major public health issues of the 21stcentury. The Government of India’s Livestock and Dairy Department, in coordination with FAO, has started reviewing and revising the national AMR action plan. When revising the livestock plan, more states will be motivated to develop national AMR action plans to launch state-specific initiatives for effective AMR containment in states and in the country. . To meet the challenges of zoonotic diseases and antimicrobial resistance, the implementation of the One Health framework is imminent and most urgent. To meet this need, a Single Health Support Unit has been created within the Single Health Department of Livestock and Dairy Production, comprising experts in the field of veterinary sciences, epidemiology, wildlife, disease diagnostics, laboratory assessors, data standards and human health. ”.

Through the workshop, the Department of Livestock and Dairy Production encouraged all stakeholders to participate in the revision of the national action plan through research and development and to help face this health crisis. global.

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The Department of Livestock and Dairy Production signed an agreement with the Ministry of Food Processing Industries https://malcolmbluefarm.com/the-department-of-livestock-and-dairy-production-signed-an-agreement-with-the-ministry-of-food-processing-industries/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 05:18:33 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/the-department-of-livestock-and-dairy-production-signed-an-agreement-with-the-ministry-of-food-processing-industries/ MoU being signed (Image source: PIB) Wednesday, the Department of Livestock and Dairy Production signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Agri-Food Industries extend the benefits of various programs to beneficiaries by providing credit support in the establishment of dairy, meat processing and animal feed processing plants. According to Union Minister of Fisheries, […]]]>
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Wednesday, the Department of Livestock and Dairy Production signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Agri-Food Industries extend the benefits of various programs to beneficiaries by providing credit support in the establishment of dairy, meat processing and animal feed processing plants.

According to Union Minister of Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Products Parshottam Rupala.

The two departments agreed to work together to achieve the goal of income generation and long-term development of the rural poor.

The Ministry of Agri-Food Industries has implemented programs such as One District Product (ODOP), while the Department of Livestock and Dairy Production administers the credit assistance program linked to dairy, fishing, poultry and animal feed units.

New ODOP product units will now be supported for capital investments. Likewise, the Department of Livestock will recommend dairy and poultry units for services under Prime Minister Kisan Sampada Yojana, which aims to improve supply chain management from farm to retail.

Quality test infrastructure

“There is a dearth of milk quality testing infrastructure and cold chain infrastructure at village level, which affects exports, although the potential exists,” the government said in a statement.

Although India has become one of the top ten exporters of agricultural products, the country’s dairy products represent only 0.1% of world trade.

The livestock sector is an important agricultural sub-sector in the Indian economy, with growing 8.2% CAGR between 2014-15 and 2018-19. Although India is the world’s largest producer and consumer of milk and dairy products, only 40% of the dairy industry is organized.

Milk production in the country has increased by 6.28 percent from year to year to 198.4 million tonnes in 2019-2020, against 146.3 million tonnes in 2014-15. Per capita milk availability has also increased from 307 g in 2013-14 to 406 g in 2019-20.


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IIPM Webinar on Opportunities in the Livestock Sector https://malcolmbluefarm.com/iipm-webinar-on-opportunities-in-the-livestock-sector/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 16:42:58 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/iipm-webinar-on-opportunities-in-the-livestock-sector/ The Indian Plantation Management Institute of Bengaluru (IIPMB), a first B school under the Union Ministry of Trade and Industry in the field of agro-industry, plantations, horticulture and Related Sectors (APHA), hosted a webinar on “Emerging Managerial Opportunities in ALPF: An Industry-University Perspective” recently. The webinar focused on current and future industry trends and discussed […]]]>

The Indian Plantation Management Institute of Bengaluru (IIPMB), a first B school under the Union Ministry of Trade and Industry in the field of agro-industry, plantations, horticulture and Related Sectors (APHA), hosted a webinar on “Emerging Managerial Opportunities in ALPF: An Industry-University Perspective” recently.

The webinar focused on current and future industry trends and discussed managerial opportunities and the need for trained and skilled managers.

IIPM Director Prof. VG Dhanakumar shared his thoughts on the need for integrated crop-livestock systems for sustainability.

PM Radhakrishna, MD, Chemlife Innovations (Nutraceuticals and Feed Additives), Bengaluru highlighted management opportunities in the nutraceutical and related sectors, particularly in supply, traceability and marketing systems.

The emerging opportunities and challenges facing the fisheries sector were discussed by Shivakumar Magada, Head of Division (Fisheries), Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Science University (KVAFSU), and Professor and Head, Fisheries Research and Information Center, Bengaluru.

Mahesh Yepuri, Global Business-Group Product Marketing Manager – Animal Health Business at Natural Remedies Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru indicated the need for trained and qualified managers for the animal feed sector to meet the growing demand from industry for national and global levels.

Vijay Kumar, Senior Scientist, Veterinary Extension Training, ICAR Poultry Research Directorate, presented emerging opportunities in the poultry sector and highlighted industry-university collaboration for sustainability in a context evolving business.

The deliberations largely focused on the challenges, opportunities and integration of the livestock, animal husbandry, poultry, feed and fisheries sectors (collectively referred to as ALPF) for mutual gain. , growth and broader implications. The IIPM proposes to launch a new and first 24-month program on PGDM in Animal Husbandry, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Management (ALFM) from the next academic year under the auspices of AICTE-MoE -GoI, the institute said.


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Rupala Launches National AHDF KCC, All Animal Husbandry, Fish Farmers Campaign to Get KCC by February 15 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/rupala-launches-national-ahdf-kcc-all-animal-husbandry-fish-farmers-campaign-to-get-kcc-by-february-15/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 14:36:38 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/rupala-launches-national-ahdf-kcc-all-animal-husbandry-fish-farmers-campaign-to-get-kcc-by-february-15/ Dairy farmer Parshottam Rupala, Union Minister for Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Production, today (November 15, 2021) launched a “national AHDF KCC campaign” in hybrid mode. The national campaign aims to extend the benefits of the Kisan Credit Card (KCC) to all eligible breeders and fish farmers across the country. The Union Ministers of State for […]]]>
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Parshottam Rupala, Union Minister for Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Production, today (November 15, 2021) launched a “national AHDF KCC campaign” in hybrid mode. The national campaign aims to extend the benefits of the Kisan Credit Card (KCC) to all eligible breeders and fish farmers across the country.

The Union Ministers of State for Fisheries, Livestock and Dairy Production, Dr Sanjeev Kumar Balyan and Dr L. Murugan, as well as the Secretaries of DAHD, DFS and DoF were also present on occasion.

AHDF KCC national campaign – November 15, 2021 to February 15, 2022

The Department of Livestock and Dairy Production (DAHD), in collaboration with the Department of Fisheries (DoF) and the Department of Financial Services (DFS) is organizing the “AHDF KCC National Campaign” from November 15, 2021 to February 15, 2022 .

As part of this campaign, the government’s goal is to cover all eligible farmers involved in various animal husbandry activities such as cattle, goat, pig, poultry and other related activities.

This special campaign will attempt to bring together all eligible dairy farmers associated with dairy unions or MPCs who have not yet been covered by the previous campaign.

How much loan is available for livestock and fish farmers?

Previously, the Kisan credit card facility was only available to growers. But it has also been extended to the fishing and livestock sectors. A cheap loan of Rs 3 lakh is available under KCC for agriculture while Rs. 2 lakh for livestock and fish farmers.

What is KCC

The Kisan or KCC Credit Card is an initiative of the Indian government to ensure that farmers in the country have access to credit at a reasonable rate. This program was introduced in August 1998 and was based on the recommendations of a special committee formed for inputs on loans and agricultural welfare. The Kisan Credit Card Loan provides term financial assistance to farmers to cover the costs of farming, harvesting and maintaining the farm.

Banks offering Kisan credit cards

  • State Bank of India (SBI)

  • Bank of India (BOI)

  • NABARD

  • Axis Bank

  • National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI)

  • Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI)


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2021 Animal Husbandry Equipment Market Analysis by Size, Share, Growth, Trends till 2027 | Rota Guido, PATURA, Arrowquip, Daniels Manufacturing Co. https://malcolmbluefarm.com/2021-animal-husbandry-equipment-market-analysis-by-size-share-growth-trends-till-2027-rota-guido-patura-arrowquip-daniels-manufacturing-co/ Thu, 11 Nov 2021 10:08:56 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/2021-animal-husbandry-equipment-market-analysis-by-size-share-growth-trends-till-2027-rota-guido-patura-arrowquip-daniels-manufacturing-co/ New Jersey, United States, – The Global Animal Husbandry Equipment Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant additions to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. It offers detailed research and analysis of the main aspects of the global Livestock Equipment market. The market analysts authoring this report have provided detailed […]]]>

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  • Rota Guido
  • PATURA
  • Arrowquip
  • Daniels Manufacturing Co.
  • 2W
  • Robert studebaker
  • For the majority
  • Pearson Breeding Systems

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  • Livestock handling systems
  • Fixed accommodation
  • Loose housing
  • Power systems
  • Beverage equipment

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  • Cattle and buffalo breeding
  • Sheep and goat farming
  • Horse breeding

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Geographically, the global livestock equipment market has segmented as follows:

    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia-Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Farmyard animal breeding https://malcolmbluefarm.com/farmyard-animal-breeding/ Tue, 09 Nov 2021 02:23:57 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/farmyard-animal-breeding/ Calvin J. Clarke, a resident of the Phebe Airstrip community in Suakoko, Bong County, has always wanted to become a rancher. Clarke’s passion for raising animals dates back to her high school years. “It was once I was visiting my uncle in our village. While talking to him, I noticed goats and other animals around […]]]>

Calvin J. Clarke, a resident of the Phebe Airstrip community in Suakoko, Bong County, has always wanted to become a rancher. Clarke’s passion for raising animals dates back to her high school years.

“It was once I was visiting my uncle in our village. While talking to him, I noticed goats and other animals around the farm. When I asked him about them, he told me he owned them. I was impressed with what I saw and decided to study animal science after high school, ”says Clarke.

Two decades later, Clavin is now living his childhood dream. Currently, he raises more than 25 goats with rabbits and guinea pigs in his garden. Although it was Clarke’s childhood dream to become farm animals, it was in 2017 that he started raising animals.

“At one point in 2017, as my wife was finishing college, the family decided that we were having a party to celebrate her success. So I took a walk around the Kpatawee waterfall in search of a goat. It was there that I saw two small goats. They had just killed their mother. So I bought the two kids as well as the goat we wanted for the party. So from two goats, I have generated more than thirty goats. But we’ve been selling for two years, ”he says.

So far, Clarke has made L $ 127,500 from selling goats and rabbits over the past two years. He sells to people in the Suakoko region.

“A lot of people in the Suakoko area know my place. People from the Bong County Health Team, Cuttington University and the Central of Agricultural Research (CARI) come here to buy me goats, ”he says.

Clarke, who also pastor a church in the Phebe airstrip area, says the profits from the sale of animals help her provide for her family’s basic needs.

“It is through the sale of these animals that I feed my family, pay my children’s school fees and pay the rent for the house,” he says.

When asked how he divides his time between the two jobs – pastor a church and raising animals, Clarke said, “I’ve managed to keep a balance between the two.”

“As for breeding, I have boys who help me take care of the animals. They’re the ones who go out looking for food, clean the animal house, and do other chores when I’m not around. It allowed me to assume my responsibilities at church, ”he said.

Although raising cattle has proven to be a successful business for Clarke, he claims he could earn more if veterinary services were available to him.

“We share our experiences on animal management. If the case is not common to us, we lose the animal and we lose money. There was a time when three of my rabbits got sick. I didn’t know what was happening to them so I asked some farmer friends for help. But it was strange to them, they couldn’t help it. So the only thing I did was isolate them from the others and watch them die, ”he says.

Likewise, raising animals in the middle of a city was another obstacle for Clarke: “Raising goats in the city is not an easy task. Locals sometimes complain. They complained that the goats were eating their vegetables and even took the matter to the town chief. I must therefore enclose the yard to avoid misunderstandings with my neighbors. “

“I have also succeeded in storing animal waste for plant purposes. I have a few farmers who buy the manure. So instead of throwing away animal manure, farmers now come and collect it, ”explains Clarke.

Amid the challenges Clarke faces, the clergyman urges fellow ministers of the gospel who work in the rural part of the country to undertake a similar endeavor. “You cannot refuse to venture into farming because you are a pastor.

Agriculture will help in many ways. Look at me for example, even though I’m a pastor, I don’t depend on the church to feed my family, ”says Clarke.

According to him, the startup doesn’t always have to be big.

“Anyone who wants to get into this kind of farming won’t need to go big. We can start with a pair of goats. That’s how I started, and now I have thirty-six goats, ”he says.


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Breeding 200 years ago in Missouri https://malcolmbluefarm.com/breeding-200-years-ago-in-missouri/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 17:00:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/breeding-200-years-ago-in-missouri/

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Jackson Independent Patriot, July 28, 1821, page 4, col. 4.

Lost notices

Cattle are valuable for food, fiber, and economic security – even more so in 1821. For example, a dairy cow provided a crucial part of a settler’s family diet that could be life or death. Nonetheless, herding practices for many might be an open shed as a shelter for livestock and rail or post fences. Farmers raised pigs in the meadows and woods to fatten on natural fodder. Because the farmers fed the cattle on the farm, they rarely strayed too far.

Nevertheless, the animals strayed. The general assembly has enacted a legal assistance procedure. Farmers have registered a trademark or unique mark (usually a notch pattern in the ears) with the county. The wandering law laid down stricter requirements for the more valuable equines. Any landowner “taking back” a stray horse had to report it to the local justice of the peace within 5 days; for cattle, sheep, goats or stray pigs within 10 days.

The “taker” had to swear the mark had not been altered, and then the appraisers estimated the value. The justice of the peace forwarded the information to the county clerk. The law required the policyholder to advertise stray horses in a public newspaper within 40 days, but only required the posting of a public notice for stray horses valued under $ 20.

The owner could stop the process by proving ownership and had to pay the lessee a reward, ranging from 10 cents for a pig over 6 months old to $ 1 for equines over 2 years old, and pay the fee. After a year, the purchaser could become the owner by paying half of the appraised value to the county; otherwise, the sheriff sold the estray in public sale.


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The livestock department marks the 6th “International Health Day” https://malcolmbluefarm.com/the-livestock-department-marks-the-6th-international-health-day/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 21:06:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/the-livestock-department-marks-the-6th-international-health-day/ The Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production of the Government of India is celebrating the International Day of One Health on November 3, 2021. Events for the occasion were organized by hosting a stakeholder forum on the topic of ‘Industry and one health ”. The celebration of the same is part of the ‘Azadi […]]]>

The Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Production of the Government of India is celebrating the International Day of One Health on November 3, 2021. Events for the occasion were organized by hosting a stakeholder forum on the topic of ‘Industry and one health ”. The celebration of the same is part of the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ initiative. The Department, through the forum, invited all stakeholders to adopt the One Health approach and participate in research and innovation to successfully implement the One Health framework.

The deliberations regarding the potential of the industry through active involvement in the implementation of One Health were presented with opening remarks from Atul Chaturvedi, Secretary, Department of Livestock and Dairy Production, GoI and Dr Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary (DARE) and CEO, Indian Agricultural Research Council (ICAR). Panelists for the forum included representatives from industry, Confederation of Indian Industry, World Bank, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, senior officials from the Department of Livestock and Dairy Production, Indian government and other experts.

Find out more about the “One Health” event

To underscore the need for a One Health approach, the Livestock and Dairy Department celebrated the sixth International One Health Day on Wednesday. This event aimed to showcase the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary commitments as well as the multisectoral collaboration crucial for the implementation of the One Health concept. Discussion for the same revolved around issues such as policy framework, regulation, financial, human, social, natural and physical capital, global learnings and best practices, and other relevant issues.

Department of Livestock and Dairy Production Secretary Atul Chaturvedi said: “Effective stakeholder engagement is essential for the successful use of the One Health approach to address global health challenges. , guarantee food security and meet the challenge of food security. The department is committed to working. – in complementary mode in order to share resources and expertise across fields – with all the actors who will contribute to the promotion of a single health in the country ”

ICAR Secretary Trilochan Mohapatra reiterated the commitment of the Indian Agricultural Research Council to help address emerging challenges in the field of One Health through collaboration and partnership with all stakeholders. He said: “Historically, ICAR has not only developed technologies such as animal vaccines, but has also ensured reach at the local level through active partnerships with companies. We are looking for active collaboration with industry to come forward and unite our efforts to bring solutions to farmers.

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an initiative of the Indian government to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of progressive India and the glorious history of its people, culture and achievements.

This Mahotsav is dedicated to the Indian people who have helped not only to bring India this far on their evolutionary journey, but also to hold within them the power and potential to further enable PM Modi’s vision to activate India. 2.0, powered by the spirit of Atmanirbhar. Bharat.

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an embodiment of all that is progressive in the socio-cultural, political and economic identity of India.

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