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    • CAN WE CHANGE FATE OF CHOLISTAN
    • Our future is here………..!!!!!!
    • Dairy Farming BuildingUdder/Teat healthVaccination Cages Housing Calf Rearing 5 5
    • 5 freedoms for dairy animals• Freedom from hunger and thirst• Freedom from discomfort• Freedom from pain, injury and disease• Freedom to express normal behavior• Freedom from fear and distress
    • Which picture is better?
    • WATER and FODDER is top priority for ‘SUCCESSFUL DAIRY FARMING’
    • • 60% cost of production is incurred on nutrition• The most cheapest source of nutrition• Variety of choice available in selection for 1. Palatability 2. Nutritional value (Protein, energy, vitamins & minerals) Dependable source of permanent supply
    • • Seasonal• Annual/multi cuts• Perennial/multi cuts• Herbs/Shrubs and fodder trees• (Atriplex, Methi, Buffalo gourd, accacia, albizzia, Malberry, Sesbabia , Iple Iple) vetch grass and other desert trees like euphorbeace• Permanent ranges for grazing
    • Digestible Fast GrowingFaster Regrowth Palatable Easy Storage Nutritious
    • • Soil/Water quality (pH , EC, SAR, Na salts etc)• Season( Too hot and too cold)• Photosensitivity of the crop to b selected• IQ of the farmer• Land preparation• Seed• Planting methods ( Broad cast, Dibbling, Drilling)• Irrigation management, flood irrigation, Rain fed• bed irrigation, trickle irrigation & pivot irrigation Continued……………………………….
    • • Crop stand• Herbicide• Fertilizer management• Pesticide management• Points to be considered before harvest• Nutritional value, crop vigor, Weather forecast• Harvest calendar
    • • High Sugar contents• Maximum Cuts• High Yield• Late Maturity• More Nutritious• Better leaf to stem ratio• Auriga Quality Seed
    • Risky business
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    • ROAD FROM POVERTY TO PRODPERITY RULES OF 7• Your Will to bring change• Use of available modern technology• Use of available resources• Investment• Trained HR• Comparing your speed with others in same situation• Latest available marketing techniques
    • ISSUES OF CHOLISTAN• Water scarcity• Wish to develop is there but will is shaky• Lack of awareness• Less Investment• No continuity in development policies• Political interference• No Infrastructure
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    • Options for Planting Fodder Crops to Reduce Feed Gap1. Availability of inoculum.2. Suitable cutting stages.
    • MIGHTY DESERT
    • Mechanical FYM Spreading
    • Incorporating natural fertilizer
    • NEW INNOVATION
    • GROWING FODDER IN CONTAINER
    • FODDER VAN
    • SERVING FODDER TO HORSES
    • SERVING FODDER TO RAMS
    • PLENTY OF FODDER
    • REARING HIGH PRODUTIVE COWS IN THE DESERT
    • DOING UNTHINKABLE
    • FEEDING RAMS
    • FATTENING OF ANIMALS
    • Migration
    • This option is also there…..