In an animal welfare and training camp organised at Regional Research and Training Centre (RRTC) at village, Tarn Taran on Thursday, Dr Ranjodhan Singh Sahota, Director of Extension Education, declared, “Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana would help needy livestock farmers of Majha region and would make direct rapport with the farmers.”
In the training camp, many seminars were conducted in order to teach farmers the better ways of farming. In the seminars, lecture on different aspects of cattle rearing like feeding, breeding, housing and management of animal etc were delivered by the experts. Also, the farmers were taught about the adequate management of animals for increasing productivity.
“Diversification was the need of the hour and dairy farming had proved to be the best alternate to diversify from agriculture. Around 150 cases of buffaloes, cows, bullocks and dogs were treated in this camp. Majority of cases were of mastitis, anoestrus, repeat breeding, mastitis, pregnancy diagnosis, tick infestation, said, Sahota.
D. SNS Randhawa, Director Research, GADVASU, said, “This new created centre will be beneficial for tillers of Majha Region. Farmers will get all the facilities, trainings and researches at their doorstep."