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  • 1. IFI Consultants - MOC - Division of IFI Consultants MOC Sponsors: Mr. Shahid J. Kazi - President Mr. Umar Sultan - Head Operations Mr. Azhar Khan Burki - Head Project Farms:Principal Office: 7B, LDA Homes, Block D, 1 - Badian Road, Behind DHA Phase V,New Muslim Town, Lahore – 54600, Pakistan Natha Singh Wala Village, Lahore, PakistanPabx: +92 42 3583 1134- 36Fax: +92 42 3586 5956 2 - Chak# 22/10R – RajawalaDir: +92 42 35864724 Mian Chanu, District Khanewal, PakistanCell: +92 321 442 6632E-mail: 3 -V.P.O Sanghoi, Tehsil & DistrictWeb: Jehlum, Pakistan
  • 2. MOC- Sponsors ProfileMr. Shahid J. Kazi - President:In addition to being a Chartered Accountant and a law graduate with professionalexperience spreading over almost 30 years Mr. Kazi has also been the CEO of a publiclimited company which was active in agri products across Pakistan; where he was alsoinstrumental in experimenting modern scientific techniques such as tissue culturefarming on sugar cane etc. He has also headed the operations of the first megadepartmental store “under one roof” in Pakistan. The store managed sale of poultry inaddition to more than 150 small and 15 large heads on a daily bases; along withmanaging a company owned abattoir maintaining a cold chain. Mr. Umar Sultan – Head Operations:In addition to being a finance masters having spent 11 years in New York, He belongsto a farming family with presence in north and south Punjab. As you may be aware thatsouth Punjab is the back bone of Pakistan’s agriculture with its fertile land andirrigation – canal system. His educational and professional experience in USA isenabling him to think outside the box.Mr. Azhar Khan Burki – Head Project:An entrepreneur and an ex-professional cricket player; he has been associated withdifferent lines of trade in Zimbabwe, South Africa and USA. Part of his family is alsosettled in Zimbabwe where he spent almost 25 years.
  • 3. Case for Classification ofOstrich as Livestock in Pakistan
  • 4. Ostrich Introduction• A hardy desert bird tolerant to temperature from -2°C to 55 °C• Favoured by the Prophet (SAW) for its quality halal meat• Much sought after for its quality meat and valuable skin• Economically viable: • breeding lifecycle of over 40 years • reaching adulthood within a year• Less susceptible to diseases as compared to other livestock and poultry• A worthy candidate for biodiversity and best option for organic agriculture
  • 5. Ostrich Characteristics• Feed Conversion Rate (FCR) is better than livestock and comparable versus poultry• More efficient feed cost and higher growth rate to livestock while comparable with poultry• Negligible cost of medicines, vaccines and housing when compared with control sheds for livestock and poultry• Immune system is much stronger than livestock and poultry• Its valuable skin is globally sought after• It gains upto 200 times its birth weight within a year• It lays 40 - 100 eggs in a season
  • 6. Other CharacteristicsOstrich OilHigh in Omega 3, 6 and 9, the skin loving essential FattyAcids. Research indicates that essential fatty acids,facilitate the healing of wounds and is a muscle relaxant.Ostrich Feather used for : • The colorful industrial / daily-use feather dusters • Fashionable wear – hats and caps
  • 7. Ostrich Meat• Ostrich meat is red meat, similar in colour and taste to undercut beef• It is healthy meat lower in: • Cholesterol, • Calories and • Fat Slaughtered at MOC Farm• Higher in iron
  • 8. Nutrient ComparisonNutrient ComparisonSpecies Meat- Choleste Calories Fat - g Iron(mg) Protein description rol(mg) - kcal %Ostrich Cut Comp 81 142 3.0 3.2 26.9 Beef Tenderloin 83 209 10.5 3.0 28.1Chicken Whole no 89 190 7.4 1.2 28.9 skin Lamb Loin Chop 95 215 9.4 1.2 30.4Source USDA Agriculture hand book#8 and Nutrition Associates of Florida, USA
  • 9. Global FarmingOstrich farming originated from Africa. South Africaspecializes in farming since over 150 years and today isthe largest producer of ostriches in the worldThough Ostriches are not indigenous to Australia, USA,China, Iran, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia and India, yet,Ostrich Farming is flourishing in these top rankingcountries at very impressive rate and generating highreturns for these economies
  • 10. Export Potential - Meat Consumption Gap (000 Tons)Country Production Consumption GAPEgypt 440,000 533,000 93,000Saudi Arabia 25,630 75,630 50,000UAE 9,500 43,185 33,658Oman 4,148 18,000 13,852Bahrain 1,440 4,600 3,220Source ; World trade Atlas
  • 11. Ostrich Farming in PakistanAt present more than three dozen farmers are raising the birds onsmall scaleMuflihon Ostrich Company - MOC in Pakistan :MOC a division of IFI – Consultants, with a humble beginning,set out on this journey in November 2010 . We have sinceimported 150, day old quality cross breed birds from Australia &also acquired 50 plus breeders; some of them have started layingeggs which were set in our incubator, placed with the Universityof Veterinary Sciences, Lahore – UVASMOC Team:Mr. Shahid J. Kazi - PresidentMr. Umar Sultan - Head OperationsMr. Azhar Khan Burki - Head ProjectDr. Ghulam Rasoul - Project SupervisorMs. Rubina Yasmeen - Research Associate
  • 12. Fortnight Old Ostrich Chicks MOC - FARM
  • 13. Six Months Old Ostrich MOC - FARM
  • 14. Male Breeders MOC - FARM
  • 15. Female Breeders MOC - FARM
  • 16. Economic Benefits of Ostrich Farmingin Pakistan Ostrich Meat - Healthy meat for consumers New exotic meat outlets New slaughter houses Meat export potential Poultry Feed industry - Additional specialized feed consumption Ostrich Skin - Boost Leather industry Increase volume of value added leather products Ostrich Feathers- Enhance Fashion industry Oils- Basic raw material for new pharmaceutical industry Medical Benefits- Eye treatment (cornea transplant to human)
  • 17. Meat Consumption GAP in PakistanThe meat demand for Pakistan domestic marketis growing at a rate of 2.73% for beef, 2.90% formutton and 6.10% for poultryThis domestic demand is growing faster than thepopulation growth rate (000 tons) Products 2003 2020 Supply Demand Gap Supply Demand Gap Beef 1,050 1,210 160 1,430 3,740 2,310 Mutton 700 800 100 1,030 2,500 1,470 Source:
  • 18. Principle Problem of Ostrich Industry In pursuance of the Punjab Wildlife Act 2007, the Department has claimed a fee of Rs 5,000 per day old Ostrich chick imported into Pakistan. This is under the pretext that Ostrich is an Exotic bird defined as “…wildlife species not native to Pakistan…” and hence it is classified in the “Others” categories in the schedule of charges in the Punjab Wildlife Act 2007. THIS IS A MAJOR OBSTACLE IN GROWTH OF THIS INDUSTRY IN PAKISTAN
  • 20. Opinions ….2. CITES – Convention on International Trade in Endangered SpeciesOSTRICHES IN PAKISTAN ARE NOT INCLUDED IN ANY OF THEAPPENDICES OF CITES Appendices I II III Common name: Ostrich Scientific name: Struthio Nil Nil camelus Distribution: Australia, Africa CITES listing: Appendix I (only populations of Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, the Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and the Sudan)
  • 21. Opinions …. 3. Animal Husbandry Commissioner- Ministry of Livestock & Dairy Development Government of Pakistan “……Ministry of Livestock & Dairy Development is of the considered view that Ostrich farming for meat purpose may be treated as an alternate and equivalent to poultry farming on the basis of the fact that Ostrich has become domesticated and its commercial farms have been established all over the world including Pakistan. Therefore, the Ostrich may be justifiably considered as part of livestock and poultry…”
  • 22. Opinions …. 4. Vice Chancellor UVAS, Lahore “….there are number of people who are involved in organized ostrich farming in Pakistan. Declaring this avian species as domesticated livestock ( which traditionally includes avian species) will exempt the importer and farmers from various levies imposed by wildlife department. Therefore, it is suggested that department of L &DD may adopt appropriate, measures for classifying ostrich as domesticated livestock .”
  • 24. Summary• Ostrich Introduction• Ostrich Characteristics• Other Characteristics• Ostrich Meat• Global Farming• Export Potential -Meat Consumption Gap• Ostrich Farming in Pakistan• Economic benefits of Ostrich farming in Pakistan• Meat consumption Gap in Pakistan• Problems of Ostrich Industry in Pakistan• Opinions- WWF, CITES, L & DD, VC- UVAS• Required Immediate Action for the Nation