Market Led Extension        Strategy for Livestock              Production          Dr. R.P. Singh Associate Director Exte...
Mission Facilitateneed based knowledge in  livestock and poultry sector in ongoing  and emerging areas to support  produc...
Thrust Areas Development     and improvement of  processing technologies for value  addition, shelf life enhancement and ...
Strengths Manpower Infrastructure Farm and animals Laboratories Specialized facilities Human Resource Development Nation...
Achievements   Crossbred strains of cattle, Karan Swiss, Karan Fries    and Frieswal for high milk production   Layer pr...
Animal Health Eradication of Rinderprest in India Indigenous technology for foot and mouth  disease vaccine production ...
In Animal Products            Technology Low   cholesterol ghee Mango Lassi with long shelf life Ghee, fortified with h...
Commercialization of           technologies   Area specific mineral mixture for different agro-    ecological zones and c...
Market led extension strategy for livestock production
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Market led extension strategy for livestock production

  1. 1. Market Led Extension Strategy for Livestock Production Dr. R.P. Singh Associate Director Extension andCoordinator, SAMETI-Uttarakhand
  2. 2. Mission Facilitateneed based knowledge in livestock and poultry sector in ongoing and emerging areas to support productivity increase, reducing the gap between potential and actual yield and to prepare the country to face the challenges of globalization.
  3. 3. Thrust Areas Development and improvement of processing technologies for value addition, shelf life enhancement and quality assurance of livestock products. Dietetic livestock products for better health. Livestock production economics and marketing.
  4. 4. Strengths Manpower Infrastructure Farm and animals Laboratories Specialized facilities Human Resource Development National and International Collaboration
  5. 5. Achievements Crossbred strains of cattle, Karan Swiss, Karan Fries and Frieswal for high milk production Layer productivity enhanced to 300 eggs / per year / per bird Broiler body weight increased to 1.5 kg in 35 days Graded Murrah buffaloes with 2200 kg milk yield per/lactation Dual purpose poultry strains for rural farming Conservation techniques for various livestock and poultry germplasms Improved strains of sheep for fine wool, carpet wool and mutton Shelter management for small ruminants
  6. 6. Animal Health Eradication of Rinderprest in India Indigenous technology for foot and mouth disease vaccine production Live attenuated vaccine for sheep and goat plague (PPR) Diagnosed avian influenza and controlled it by continuous surveillance Vaccine against avian influenza using indigenous strains Technical and scientific support to National FMD control programme
  7. 7. In Animal Products Technology Low cholesterol ghee Mango Lassi with long shelf life Ghee, fortified with herbs Indigenous technology for production of rasmalai, kulfi, kheer mix, gulab jamun mix with longer shelf life Adopted and modified traditional milk products technology like kunda for commercial production Various poultry meat products like chicken chunkalona from spent hen, chicken idli, nuggets, patties, pickle and kababs
  8. 8. Commercialization of technologies Area specific mineral mixture for different agro- ecological zones and complete feed block using non conventional feed resources. Goat plague (PPR) vaccine FMD and HS adjoined oil vaccine. Equine influenza vaccine. Thermostable IBD vaccine. EHP 1 vaccine. Diagnostic kits for FMD surveillance By pass protein technology for high yielding cattle Hormonal modulation for increasing egg production

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