Farmers get information on adding minerals to cattle feed at training session by Haryana Agricultural University : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

Farmers get information on adding minerals to cattle feed at training session by Haryana Agricultural University

Farmers get  information on  adding minerals  to cattle feed at training session by Haryana Agricultural University


Tribune News Service

Hisar, March 3

The Directorate of Extension Education of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (HAU) organised a one-day training session for farmers on the topic “Utility of mineral mixture in animal feed” under its Farmer First Programme (FFP). A university spokesperson said the farmers from Payal and Chirod villages of the district participated in the session.

Dr Ashok Godara, principal investigator of the FFP, said the objective of the session was to provide information to cattle farmers about maintaining the health of their animals and increasing milk production so that their incomes could be increased.

FFP is an initiative of the Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR), which addresses complex and diverse issues related to small farmers by enhancing farmer-scientist interface to improve production and productivity.

Dr Godara said special emphasis is given on production management in agriculture, including resource management, climate resilient agriculture, storage, market, supply chain, value chain, innovation, information system, etc. During the session, animal nutrition scientist Dr Sajjan Sihag told farmers about balanced diet for animals.

About The Author

The Tribune News Service brings you the latest news, analysis and insights from the region, India and around the world. Follow the Tribune News Service for a wide-ranging coverage of events as they unfold, with perspective and clarity.

#Haryana Agricultural University HAU #Hisar


Top News

Amit Shah directs security agencies to implement area domination, zero-terror plans in Jammu division on lines of Kashmir

Amit Shah orders implementation of area domination, zero-terror plans in Jammu

A high-level meeting is convened to review the security situ...

Punjab drug overdose: 14 deaths in 14 days

Punjab drug overdose: 14 deaths in 14 days

Unending menace: In June 2018, a similar crisis had hit Punj...

NEET row: Serious questions on integrity of NTA, how the exam is conducted: Congress

NEET row: Serious questions on integrity of National Testing Agency, how the exam is conducted, says Congress

Jairam Naresh emphasises the need for thorough analysis to a...

NRI assault in Himachal Pradesh: Punjab Police will file Zero FIR, says minister Kuldeep Dhaliwal

NRI assault in Himachal Pradesh: Punjab Police will file Zero FIR, says minister Kuldeep Dhaliwal

Dhaliwal's statement comes in the wake of NRI Kawaljit Singh...


Cities

View All