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24th Annual Conference of ISSAR concludes

PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2008 12:19 am
by maverick
BANGALORE: Minister for Animal Husbandry, Revu Nayak Belamagi, called for greater research on livestock produce, speaking at the 24th Annual Conference of the Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction.
The three-day conference that commenced on Thursday is being held on the Veterinary College campus and around 500 delegates from all over India are participating to discuss future strategies for improved reproduction of livestock and wild animals.
The Minister said his aim is to make India the leading research centre on livestock.
Shamim Banu, Principal Secretary, Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries said: “Animal husbandry contributes to almost six per cent to the state’s economy.
Exports in 2006-07 alone brought in an earning of Rs 5,200 crore from poultry and livestock.” She expressed pride on the fact that India was the third largest producer of eggs.

Vice-Chancellor of the Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Suresh S Honnappagol, presiding over the function said: “The state has witnessed farmer deaths due to crop failure. But farmers, who allied with animals haven’t been driven to suicide.” He also said that they have six research stations at the moment, three dedicated to livestock and three for fisheries.
Manmohan Singh, president of The Indian Society for Study of Animal Production, presented the ISSAR awards.

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