Latest animal husbandry research will help farmers increase milk production



The new research of scientists in the field of animal husbandry, especially in the field of the development of new varieties of buffalo, will help breeders and farmers throughout the country.








Haryana CM, Manohar Lal Khattar





Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Sunday that new research by scientists in the field of breeding, especially in the area of ​​developing new varieties of buffalo, will help herders and farmers across the country. In Hisar, the chief minister was speaking at a press conference.












According to Khattar, scientists have conducted large-scale research on cloning and breeding milk production over the previous 6-7 years and have been successful. He said the government has urged scientists to conduct this experiment outside the laboratory so that the general public, especially cattle farmers, can take advantage of the large amount of milk produced by buffaloes.

In response to a query, the CM said soil health maps had been created for 86 lakh farmlands in the state.

On this map, parameters are listed and farmers are told in detail which crop to grow on which plot of land to get the best results.

In response to another question about the construction of a runway at Hisar airport, Khattar said that the construction works of the runway will be completed soon. The flight schedule will be provided later. The airport will soon begin pilot training, aeronautical projects and defense projects. He said a decision will be made when a feasibility study of the elevated airport road is completed.












In response to another question, Khattar said that there is no 3% quota for athletes in category A to C. The government initiative Padak Lao, Padd Pao also allows players to obtain additional jobs.

He explained that there had been some concerns about the Leaving Certificate in Group D, so to address these, it was decided to provide achievement-based jobs. Medical colleges are being established in all fields, he added, to give people greater health benefits.

This year, the opening of four medical faculties was also announced. Panchkula, Fatehabad, Charki Dadri and Palwal are among them. He said MBBS students are now required to accept obligations in government posts.












Meanwhile, CM today announced numerous development projects for Nalwa assembly headquarters totaling Rs. crores. Vice President Ranbir Gangwa’s various demands were approved at the 17th annual Mahotsav and Gau-Bhagwat Katha ceremony held at Sh. Balaji Gaushala in Mangali village.







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