• Bhutanese Farmers try Hybrid Maize

    Hybrid Maize fields at Biru, Samtse
    Hybrid Maize fields at Biru, Samtse

    In order to enhance maize productivity and contribute to food self sufficiency, the National Maize Program at RNR RDC Wengkhar, DoA MoAF explored the potentials of Hybrid Maize as a spring crop mainly as pre rice in fallow paddy fields. A total of five hybrid maize varieties were introduced from Pioneer Seeds, Hyderabad with supports of the Decentralized Rural Development Project, World Bank – Additional Financing, DoA MOAF (DRDP-WB/AF / Maize Research and Development).

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  • Training on Vaccination and Deworming for Poultry Entrepreneurs

    Participants at Tsirang with the resource persons
    Participants at Tsirang with the resource persons

    The Department of Livestock conducted a ten days training titled “Training on vaccination and deworming for poultry entrepreneurs” at Sampheling geog centre, Chukha (for Samtse & Chukha Dzongkhags, 2 – 11 June 2014) and at Damphu, Tsirang for Sarpang and Tsirang Dzongkhags (16 – 25 June 2014) for the poultry entrepreneurs. This training was conducted in collaboration with the Drug Regulatory Authority of Bhutan and implemented jointly by the National Centre for Animal Health and Regional Livestock Development Centres (Tsimasham and Wangdue).

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  • Training on Approach to Clinical Examination in Veterinary Practice

    DSC06228A 10 days in-service training on “Approach to Clinical Examination in Veterinary Practice” for Eastern region is underway at Mongar w.e.f. 16-25th June 2014. The Refresher Course Training is organized by Regional Livestock Development Centre, Khangma and is being attended by 47 participants from the field working in Geog Centres and DVHs of Lhuntse, Mongar, TrashiYangtse, Trashigang, Pemagatshel and SamdrupJongkhar Dzongkhags.

    The training is aimed primarily at Field Extension Officers (para-veterinarians), working in Geog Centres and DVHs. The in-service training courses is designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles in each discipline, as well as discuss any important recent advances.

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