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  • Short-listed Candidates for the post of Night Guard (ESP) and Helper (Lab Utility -ESP)

    The National Dairy Research Centre, Yusipang under Department of Livestock, MoAF is pleased to announce the short-listed candidates for the post of Night Guard (ESP) and Helper (Lab utility-ESP). The short-listed candidates are requested to report to the centre for the selection interview on date 25th October 2016 at 10.00Am sharp with required original documents.


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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The National Nublang Breeding Farm, Tashiyangphu under the Department of Livestock is pleased to invite application from eligible Bhutanese National for the following post under ESP Category. The interested candidates may apply to the Farm Manager latest by 7th November 2016 fulfilling the criteria mentioned below with contact number:

    • Applicant should be Bhutanese
    • Experienced certificates if any
    • If employed no objection certificate from employer

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  • Shortlisted Candidates for Animal Attendant (ESP), Sarpang

    National Poultry Research & Development Centre is pleased to announce the short-listed candidates for the post of Animal Attendant (ESP) as details mentioned below:

    Short-listed candidates are requested to come in formal dress to NPRDC conference hall for the interview at 8:30am on 20th October, 2016.

    Applicants must produce original documents during interview.

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  • Seasonal prevalence of parasites in Yak (Bos grunniens) in Sakteng gewog

    picture1Yak is an important domestic animal, especially for highlanders. For the people of Sakteng Gewog more than 82% solely depend on yaks and its hybrids (Zo/Zom) in sustaining their livelihood. Increase in yak production is reliant on prevention or controlling of various diseases including parasitic infection despite other farm management practice. Heavy internal parasites in the digestive tract can compete for the nutrients whereas highly infestation of external parasites can cause heavy blood loss from animal body resulting in decreased production.

    Twenty two yak herds (11 each herd’s summer and winter) were randomly selected for this study. In total 56 faecal samples from weak, anaemic and diarrhoeic animals were collected in summer for internal parasites examination. In winter 118 samples were collected for both examinations of internal and external parasites. Faecal sample was collected directly from rectum or freshly passed dung and preserved with 10% formalin. The sample vials were properly labeled. The samples were examined using both sedimentation and floatation methods in RLDC, Kunglung, Trashignag. Information pertaining to internal and external parasites was collected using a semi-structure questionnaire. Data analysis was done using Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) Version 16.0.

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