Interactive workshop on 'Pig-cum-fish farming in North-east India' successfully organized by ICAR-NRC on pig, Rani in collaboration with ICAR-CIFRI, Regional Centre, Guwahati

The ICAR-NRC on pig successfully organized an interactive Workshop on 'Pig-cum-fish farming in North-east India' in collaboration with ICAR-CIFRI, Regional Centre, Guwahati on 24th March, 2015. More than sixty five farmers from the different parts of the state of Assam along with more than fifty delegates including scientists, entrepreneurs, representatives from NABARD and National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB) participated in the workshop. Dr. K.K. Baruah, OSD and Dean I/C, College of Fisheries, Raha was the Chief Guest of the event. Workshop covered all aspects of pig-cum-fish farming including pig and fish husbandry practices, fish breeding and quality seed production, water quality management, pig breeding, health, Government-sponsored subsidy schemes in pig farming and fisheries development. Progressive farmers shared their experience and constraints in pig-cum-fish farming and a handbook on pig and fish husbandry practices for the benefit of the participants and farmers was released on the occasion. The workshop concluded with vote of thanks from Dr. D.K. Sarma, Director, ICAR-NRC on pig, Rani, Guwahati.
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