A 7-day training program on even-estrus and artificial insemination in sheep started from 2nd to 8th August at the Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute, Avikanagar, an institute of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, today, on 2nd August 2023. In which sheep husbandry department, Jammu, 2 veterinary participants from each of the 10 districts under it participated. Thus a total of 4 females and 16 males from Jammu region registered and participated today for a seven-day training at Avikanagar Institute. Artificial Insemination Training Program Coordinator Dr. Ajit Singh Mahala, Dr. Satyaveer Singh Dangi and Dr. Suresh Chand Sharma. In this training program, the Animal Nutrition Department, Animal Health Department, Animal Genetics and Breeding Department, Fodder Section, Wool Department and Sheep available on different sectors of Avikanagar Institute. Veterinarians will be informed about the latest techniques in detail about goat and rabbit animals by the scientists of the institute.
Addressing the beginning of the training program, Institute Director Dr. Arun Kumar Tomar emphasized on all the veterinarians to learn the latest techniques given by the scientists of the institute. be available to the farmers of Jammu and Kashmir and through sheep and goat rearing, the animal husbandry farmers of Jammu can contribute to the country’s self-reliant India by being empowered to earn their livelihood. In order to meet the needs of the institute, the institute insisted on adopting more and more Avishan sheep, so that the meat availability of the farmers of Jammu region could be met to some extent. Plantation of mulberry plants was done in the presence of Dr. Suresh Chand Sharma, director and in-charge of the farm section in the institute. And also took an oath that from here onwards, we will contribute to make nature clean by planting more and more plants in the fields of our homes.
Dr. Ajit Singh Mahla, coordinator of the training program organized on artificial insemination, told the institute director about all the participants in detail that they were given practical classes on artificial insemination and artificial insemination by the Department of Animal Bio-Chemistry and Physiology. Will be organized at Sector 9. In the above training program and plantation program, the head of the institute, Dr. G. Yes. Sonawane, Dr. Siddharth Sarathi Mishra, all the employees of the farm section, scientists and all the contract staff participated. In the end, Dr. Satyaveer Singh Dangi, the coordinator of the artificial insemination program, thanked all the employees of the institute and the veterinarians who came from Jammu for the program. Motivated to take proper benefit from the training given. Dr. Amarsingh Meena, media in-charge of Avikanagar Sansthan gave the information.