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Training on pig farming concludes

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DIBRUGARH, April 26 - A two-day piggery training programme concluded today in Moran under the project ATMA, Sivasagar. Altogether 32 progressive farmers participated in the training programme.

The training programme was inaugurated by Dr Nalin Kumar Lahon, Veterinary Officer, Moran. Dr Lahon appealed to the famrers to devote themselves to scientific rearing of pigs along with livestock for self reliance. Dr Debajit Deka, Subject Matter Specialist (SMS) of KVK Rohdoipukhuri and Dr Arup Kumar Gogoi from Demow also discussed about pig farming among the farmers.

Dr Lahon highlighted the objective of the training and stressed the need on the role of scientific production and improved technology in enhancing the pig productivity through scientific technology. During the training programme, resource person from AH and Veterinary Department, Kishan Vikash Kendra Rohdoipukhuri, Sivasagar spoke on various topics like general management, breeding and reproduction, animal health and nutrition, hygienic pork production, integrated farming and interaction with the farmers, a release stated.

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Training on pig farming concludes

DIBRUGARH, April 26 - A two-day piggery training programme concluded today in Moran under the project ATMA, Sivasagar. Altogether 32 progressive farmers participated in the training programme.

The training programme was inaugurated by Dr Nalin Kumar Lahon, Veterinary Officer, Moran. Dr Lahon appealed to the famrers to devote themselves to scientific rearing of pigs along with livestock for self reliance. Dr Debajit Deka, Subject Matter Specialist (SMS) of KVK Rohdoipukhuri and Dr Arup Kumar Gogoi from Demow also discussed about pig farming among the farmers.

Dr Lahon highlighted the objective of the training and stressed the need on the role of scientific production and improved technology in enhancing the pig productivity through scientific technology. During the training programme, resource person from AH and Veterinary Department, Kishan Vikash Kendra Rohdoipukhuri, Sivasagar spoke on various topics like general management, breeding and reproduction, animal health and nutrition, hygienic pork production, integrated farming and interaction with the farmers, a release stated.

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