RAMBAN, DECEMBER 24: Jammu Breeding Manager Dr Sagar D. Doifode today reviewed the performance of the breeding department, namely the physical and financial achievements under capex, UT and CSS in the district de Ramban here at a meeting held in the Boardroom, DC Complex office.
Deputy Commissioner, Mussarat Islam; ADC Harbans Sharma; Deputy Director (AH), Dr. Javed Katoch; Deputy Director of Planning (AHD) Monika Upadhyay; Director of breeding, Dr BB Raina; The technical officer (general), Dr Rajeev Manhas, leader (bank) as well as other officers and officials of the livestock department and the banking sector were also present at the meeting.
At the beginning, the head of livestock gave an overview of the district and informed the director of the achievements made under the various ongoing programs of the department in the district.
The director focused on sensitizing farmers to modern breeding techniques for their socio-economic development. He said the ministry is doing everything to improve the knowledge base of farmers. He said social media groups involving farmers and doctors have been formed to maintain a close bond between them.
The deputy commissioner said that Ramban district has enormous potential for animal husbandry, dairy farming and poultry farming and has researched the latest associated infrastructure to develop these sectors to improve the income levels of farmers. He also ensured the full cooperation of the district administration to the livestock department in the implementation of various programs in the district.
While reviewing the performance of the banking sector in the district, the director of livestock asked banks to simplify the procedures for using credit by farmers under different social protection programs managed by the department of livestock in order to achieve more inclusive growth. He further focused on eliminating the wait to achieve 100 percent KCC saturation of eligible farmers associated with the livestock and poultry sectors.
He added that the livestock sector holds the key to doubling the income of farmers and the Jammu Livestock Department is working tirelessly to achieve this goal.
Emphasizing the remunerative benefits of dairy farming, the manager said that farmers can generate good income from dairy production and the livestock department is ready to provide full support both technical and financial to entrepreneurs. budding district.
The manager further instructed the head of livestock Ramban to submit the proposals for establishing dairy units in each Panchayat in the district under the integrated dairy development program in good time.
Letters of on-site approval for the creation of dairy units were also distributed to beneficiaries by the director.
Earlier, the manager also visited some dairy farms in Udhampur district and had detailed interaction with the farm owners.