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  • Extensions agents learn dairy post production technologies

    28 October-1 November: Twenty extension agents from GEF project areas of Wangdue, Tsirang, Haa, Paro, Punakha and Thimphu attended a training, ‘Capacity enhancement on Dairy Post Production Technologies (Farm-To-Table)’ with theory and hands on practical production of yogurt, paneer, rasgulla and mozzarella.

    The theory session was conducted at the Regional Livestock Development Centre (RLDC), Wangdue while the practical session was held at the milk processing unit in Kuruthang, Punkaha. The National Dairy Research and Development Centre, Yusipang and RLDC-Wangdue organised the training with fund from GEF-LDCF.

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  • Selection Interview result for the post of Animal Attendant

    The National Veterinary Hospital, Motithang under Department of Livestock, MoAF is hereby pleased to announce the selection interview result  for the post of  Animal Attendant  (ESP) as detailed below:

    Sl.#Name of the candidatesCID No.Total  (100%)Remarks
    1.Dechen Peldon1150500262261.25th
    2.Yeshi Choden1151300156271Stand by II
    3.Pabitra Ghalley1120400208869.54th
    4.Tara Man Gurung1120100491771.7Selected
    5.Robi Maya Tamang1121600003371.5Stand by I

    The selected candidate is requested to report to National Veterinary Hospital, Motithang on 4th November 2019 for drug test.

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  • AI refresher training course underway in eastern Bhutan

    25 October-7 November 2019, Mongar: The intensive cross cattle breeding program is a top priority for the Dzongkhag Livestock Sector of Lhuentse in the 12th FYP to achieve milk production baseline target of 1450 MT (2017) to 2000 MT (2023), self-sufficiency of dairy products and enhance rural livelihoods.

    To fulfill the aspiration, the Regional Livestock Development Centre-Kanglung and the sector of eastern Bhutan is organising the artificial insemination (AI) refresher training course at Thangrong. The training is aimed at translating the healthier AI knowledge, develop skill of the fresh livestock officials and provide a refresher course to the existing AI technicians. “After availing the training, I will contribute my service towards achieving the objective of the cattle breeding program,” shared Sherub Thinley, the extension officer of Lhuentse. He hopes that the training will help participants to bring better performance of AI and intensification of crossbred cattle progenies for dairy farmers.

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  • Shortlisted candidates for Night Guard/Sweeper

    As per the announcement made in the MoAF website dated 11th October, 2019, the Regional Poultry Breeding Centre, Paro under DoL, MoAF is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the post of Night Guard/Sweeper (ESP) as detailed below:

    Sl. No.Name of the CandidateCID No.Interview Schedule
    1Suk Bdr Limboo11203002156Venue: RPBC, Paro
    Date: 05/11/2019
    Time: 10:00 AM
    2Kul Bdr Kharka10205007850

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  • Bhutanese Farmer wins the Agriculturalist Award 2019

    A Bhutanese Dairy Farmer, Ms. Chimmi Dema, an aspiring dairy farmer from Gogona, Wangduephodrang received a prestigious FAO’s “Model Agriculturalists” award on 18th October 2019 at the FAO Regional Office for Asia and Pacific in Bangkok, Thailand.The Assistant Director General of FAO RAP presented the FAO’s annual Asia-Pacific award to Ms. Chimmi Dema and four other Asian and Pacific farmers for their outstanding achievements in agriculture and food production.

    Ms. Chimi Dema is a progressive dairy farmer in Gogona under Gangtey gewog in Wangdue Phodrang. She is an active member and also serves as the dairy technician at the Milk Processing Unit (MPU) of Gogona Gonor Yargay Chethuen Detshen. Finding dairy enterprise as a promising enterprise for cash income generation, she and her husband planned to strengthen their dairy business last year (2018). They applied for a Priority Sector Lending (PSL) loan to build and expand their dairy farming business. With the loan from the PSL, they build an improved dairy shed and bought 20 Holstein Friesian dairy cows. With the addition of these dairy cows, the milk supply to the MPU has increased and this has helped the Gogona Gonor Yargay Chethuen Detshen to supply more dairy products to consumers in Wangduephodrang and in Thimphu.

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