Dr Zulfiqar ali Bhutto- Dairy Development presentation final

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Director General Livestock Sindh
VISION
• Poverty alleviation of Livestock
Farmers by increasing their income
through enhanced livestock
production.
• Transformation of livestock sector from
substance towards commercialization.
• Contribution towards food security and
exportable surpluses.
• Value Addition in Livestock Products.
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Mission
MISSION STATEMENT
To create environment for
enhancement of livestock production
as vehicle for social security, poverty
alleviation, rural development and to
contribute towards domestic
requirement of food and exportable
surpluses
Aims
• Developments of Livestock Farms.
• Development of Dairy Farms.
• Prevention
of
TAD
&Non-trans
Boundary Animal Diseases.
• Prophylactic vaccination campaigns
training and Trainings of Vets, ParaVets and farmers.
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Functions
• To provide modern technologies for increasing
production and quality of milk, beef, meat, wool &
hair.
• To provide livestock production extension services
• Animal health/ prophylactic vaccination
• To collect/compile technical data for development.
• Co-ordination b/w federal, provincial and district
government institutions.
• Implementation of foreign aided projects.
• To deal with development & non-development
schemes.
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Livestock Population In Sindh
Species
Livestock Livestock
Census
Census
1986
1996
Livestock
Census
2006
Annual
Growth
Rate
(Figure In Million)
(Figure In Million)
(Figure In Million)
Cattle
3.873
5.464
6.925
2.397%
Buffaloes
3.220
5.615
7.340
2.715 %
Sheep
2.615
3.710
3.959
0.650%
Goat
6.755
9.734
12.572
2.591%
Camels
0.217
0.224
0.278
2.169%
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Species
Sindh
Cow
Buffalo
Sheep
Goat
Camel
4,069.88
8,179.94
5.53
187.23
253.94
Milk (Human Consumption)
Cow
Buffalo
Sheep
Goat
Camel
10,246.44
3,255.76
6,543.98
5.53
187.23
253.94
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. The development of the livestock sector in Sindh demands
scrutiny for the following reasons:
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a) Sindh has the second largest irrigated agrarian base in the
country, and having huge potentials in terms of diversified natural
resources and excellent human resources.
b) Livestock sector has a potential to grow as a driver of change,
not only in terms of growth and poverty reduction.
c) Compared with Punjab, Sindh has comparative advantages in
the livestock sector in terms of it's diversified and the higher
proportion of livestock income in the total household income, in
particular the lower income strata.
d)The development of the livestock sector in Sindh could
contribute immensely not only to the stability and sustainable
growth of the province, but also to the increasing supply of
livestock demand demand of Karachi (metropolitan) city in
Pakistan.
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Government Projects
Establishment of District Laboratories for Disease Confirmation and
control in Milk and meat zone of Sindh province
Strengthening of Research & Training Institute for Livestock Dev. at Tando
Muhammad Khan.
Establishment of Bhambhore Dairy Village & Processing Zone for Meat
Animals with Public Private Participation @ District Thatta.
Strengthening of Research & Training Institute for Livestock Dev. at Tando
Muhammad Khan.
Public Private Partnership Projects
Establishment of Milk Processing facility for value added dairy
products in Tharparkar, Hyderabad and Karachi.
Establishment of Cattle Colonies with District and Private Partnership
in Naukot, mehrand, Umerkot.
Bhambhore Dairy Village
Establishment of Bhambhore Dairy Village at Thatta
Funding Agency: Government of Sindh
Cost :
Rs. 2,800 Million
65 KM away from Karachi in Thatta district
Location :
Targets

100 Dairy Farms, 100 Meat Farms

Lease of 5 acres for Dairy Farm (200-400 animals)

Lease of 3 acres for Beef Farm (50 animals)

Developed area for Meat Processing Plant

Area for Value added Dairy Products plant
Foreign Aided Projects
1
Name of
Scheme
“Strengthening the dairy value chains in
Pakistan through Improved farm management
more Effective Extension services” under
Agriculture Sector Linkage Program (ASLP)
2
Funding agency Australian Aid
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Targets in
Sindh
Capacity Building, Calf rearing, strengthening
the dairy value chain
Determine the most effective extension
techniques.
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Achievements
Registration of Farmers in Two Districts (208
Male and 208 females)
Project II
1
Name of Scheme
Sindh Agriculture Growth
Project (livestock component)
2
Funding agency
World Bank (loan)
3
Cost
US $26 million
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Targets in Sindh
Rehabilitation & Strengthening
of 123 Veterinary Institutions,
Trained Human resource,
Establish Dairy value Chain
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Achievements
Establishment of Basic Infrastructure
Project III
1
Name of Scheme
Sustainable Livestock for Rural
Sindh .
2
Funding agency
Japan International Cooperative
Agency (JICA)
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Cost
RS: 702 Millions (Japan)
RS: 175.500 Million (Govt:
Sindh)
Total: 877.500 Million
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Targets
Introduction of Appropriate
Technology, Calf saving,
Capacity Building
PROJECT III
JICA
(Japan International Cooperation Agency ) has signed
an agreement with Sindh government to help revive its
livestock potential under a five-year project.
The
project marks the beginning of implementation of a
livestock development master plan jointly worked out by
the provincial government and Japanese experts.
The
plan will cover the period until 2020.
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DAIRY BREEDS OF SINDH
KUNDHI BUFFALO
RED SINDHI CATTLE
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RED SINDHI COW
Parameters:
Type: Milch, Colour: Deep Red
Average Weight: 318 KG
Average Milk yield: (305 days)
1800 liters
Calving Interval (442 days)
Lactation Period: (251 days)
Dry Period: (191 days)
Body Measurement (cm):
Height 117, Length 130 &
Girth 158
KHUNDI BUFFALO
Parameters:
Type: Milch,
Colour: Solid Black
Average Weight: 375 KG
Average Milk yield: (305
days) 2000 liters with 6-9%
butter fat
Calving Interval (500 days)
Lactation Period: (320 days)
Dry Period: (180 days)
Body Measurement (cm):
Height 112, Length 137 &
Girth 205
DUAL PURPOSE BREEDS OF SINDH
THARI CATTLE BREED
KANKERAJ CATTLE BREED
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Thari COW
Parameters:
Type: Dual Purpose,
Colour: Gray White
Average Weight: 285 KG
Average Milk yield: (305
days) 1200 liters
Calving Interval (552 days)
Lactation Period: (237 days)
Dry Period: (315 days)
Body Measurement (cm):
Height 135, Length 147 &
Girth 180
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KANKREJ COW
Parameters:
Type: Dual Purpose,
Colour: Varies from silver gray to
iron gray or steel black
Average Weight: 432 KG
Average Milk yield: (305 days)
1200 liters
Body Measurement (cm): Height
130, Length 140 & Girth 178
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GOAT BREEDS OF SINDH
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KAMORI GOAT
BARI (BARBARI) GOAT
JATTAN GOAT
CHAPPER (KOHISTANI) GOAT
PATERI GOAT
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KAMORI GOATS
Parameters:
Type: Mainly for milk
Colour: Reddish brown, white and black
Average weight (kg): M60 & F50
Milk Production: 1.8 to 2.2 liters daily
Mutton Quality: Good
Camel breeds in Sindh
Sindh Dhatti ,
 Kharai ,
 Larri (Sindhi),
Sakrai
1.
Dairy Production Zone
Karachi, Thatta, Badin, Hyderabad,
Kotri.
Dairy Breeding Zone
Sukkur, Larkana, Mehar,
Shikarpur, Noushehro Feroze,
Ghotki and Nawabshah.
Meat Zone
Sanghar, Mirpurkhas, Jacobabad,
Khairpur except Nara, Dadu except
Mahal Kohistan and Shahdadkot.
Wool Zone
Tharparkar, Nara of Khairpur and
Mahal Kohistan of Dadu district.
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LIVESTOCK EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS
 OBJECTIVES
 To carry out the experiments on the various aspects
of the Breed in its original character.
 To act as demonstration stations for disseminating
the results of experiments to the farmers for
improvement of their Livestock.
 To maintain the pure Breeds.
 Supply the Breeding Bulls to the farmers as well as
the Veterinary Hospitals and Dispensaries to
improve the Livestock through natural services.
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LIVESTOCK EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS
Name of Station
Year of Establishment
Present
Livestock
strength
1.
Livestock Experiment Station Karachi
1923
266
Red Sindhi &
Cross breed.
2.
Red Sindhi cattle Breeding Farm
Tando Mohammad Khan
1958
196
Red Sindhi
3.
Livestock Experiment Station,
Nabisar Road
1956
236
89
136
Thari Cattle
Kacchi & Pak Awasi
Sheep
Goat
203
Kundhi Buffalo
141
Kooka Sheep
222
Kamori Goat
109
Scheme animals
Sr.
No.
4.
5.
Livestock Development and Research
Farm for Kundhi Buffaloe Rohri
Kamori goat farm Khudabad (Dadu)
1963
1976
Breed Maintained
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LIVESTOCK POPULATION OF
PERI-URBAN DAIRY COLONIES
KARACHI
1. Landhi Cattle Colony & Surrounding
342,500
2. Bilal Cattle Colony & Surrounding
44,427
3. Surjani Cattle Colony
17,903
4. Al-Momin Dairy Colony
15,575
5. Nagori Dairy Colony
12,789
6. Baldia, Liari & Surrounding
300,000
7. Scattered Dairy Farms in different
towns of Karachi
212,107
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LIVESTOCK POPULATION OF
PERI-URBAN DAIRY COLONIES
HYDERABAD
1. New Cattle Colony
10,000
2. Old Cattle Colony
25,000
LARKANA
1. Old Cattle Colony
5,000
SUKKUR
1. Old Sukkur Cattle Colony
5,000
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Proposed Major Action Plan for Dairy Development in
Sindh
Program for Genetic Improvement of Local Dairy Breeds through
progeny testing.
Improving the dairy marking and value addition to exportable dairy
products.
Capacity Building for field staff in specialized dairy extension workers.
Proposed Major Action Plan for Dairy Development in
Sindh
Development and extension of appropriate Dairy technology for Diary
Sector in Sindh
Promotion of recycling buffalo farming and salvation of buffalo calf in
Peri urban colonies.
Program for formulating future oriented and dairy development in Peri
urban areas.
Proposed Major Action Plan for Dairy Development in
Sindh
Progressive elimination of Trans boundary Animal Diseases
Encouraging role of NGO’s ,Farm associations ,donar agencies to work
jointly for Dairy Development of sindh.
Extension Material
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Communication / Consultations
36
Training Activities
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and contribution toward the
National Food Security
Quality Food for Healthy Nation

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