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Director General Livestock Sindh 3 VISION Poverty alleviation of Livestock Farmers by increasing their income through enhanced livestock production.

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2 Director General Livestock Sindh

3 3 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.

4 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 Mission

5 5 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, Para- Vets and farmers.

6 6 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.

7 7 Species Livestock Census 1986 (Figure In Million) Livestock Census 1996 (Figure In Million) Livestock Census 2006 (Figure In Million) Annual Growth Rate Cattle % Buffaloes % Sheep % Goat % Camels % Livestock Population In Sindh

8 Species Sindh Cow4, Buffalo8, Sheep 5.53 Goat Camel Milk (Human Consumption) 10, Cow3, Buffalo6, Sheep 5.53 Goat Camel

9 . The development of the livestock sector in Sindh demands scrutiny for the following reasons:  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.

10 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 District Thatta. Government Projects Strengthening of Research & Training Institute for Livestock Dev. at Tando Muhammad Khan.

11 Public Private Partnership Projects Establishment of Cattle Colonies with District and Private Partnership in Naukot, mehrand, Umerkot. Establishment of Milk Processing facility for value added dairy products in Tharparkar, Hyderabad and Karachi.

12 Establishment of Bhambhore Dairy Village at Thatta Funding Agency: Government of Sindh Cost : Rs. 2,800 Million Location : 65 KM away from Karachi in Thatta district Targets 100 Dairy Farms, 100 Meat Farms Lease of 5 acres for Dairy Farm ( animals) Lease of 3 acres for Beef Farm (50 animals) Developed area for Meat Processing Plant Area for Value added Dairy Products plant Bhambhore Dairy Village

13 1Name of Scheme “Strengthening the dairy value chains in Pakistan through Improved farm management more Effective Extension services” under Agriculture Sector Linkage Program (ASLP) 2Funding agencyAustralian Aid 4Targets in Sindh Capacity Building, Calf rearing, strengthening the dairy value chain Determine the most effective extension techniques. 5AchievementsRegistration of Farmers in Two Districts (208 Male and 208 females) Foreign Aided Projects

14 1Name of SchemeSindh Agriculture Growth Project (livestock component) 2Funding agencyWorld Bank (loan) 3CostUS $26 million 4Targets in SindhRehabilitation & Strengthening of 123 Veterinary Institutions, Trained Human resource, Establish Dairy value Chain 5AchievementsEstablishment of Basic Infra- structure Project II

15 1Name of SchemeSustainable Livestock for Rural Sindh. 2Funding agencyJapan International Cooperative Agency (JICA) 3CostRS: 702 Millions (Japan) RS: Million (Govt: Sindh) Total: Million 4TargetsIntroduction of Appropriate Technology, Calf saving, Capacity Building Project III

16  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 PROJECT III

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18 18 DAIRY BREEDS OF SINDH KUNDHI BUFFALO RED SINDHI CATTLE KUNDHI BUFFALO RED SINDHI CATTLE

19 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 RED SINDHI COW

20 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 KHUNDI BUFFALO

21 21 THARI CATTLE BREED KANKERAJ CATTLE BREED THARI CATTLE BREED KANKERAJ CATTLE BREED DUAL PURPOSE BREEDS OF SINDH

22 22 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 Thari COW

23 23 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

24 24 GOAT BREEDS OF SINDH KAMORI GOAT BARI (BARBARI) GOAT JATTAN GOAT CHAPPER (KOHISTANI) GOAT PATERI GOAT KAMORI GOAT BARI (BARBARI) GOAT JATTAN GOAT CHAPPER (KOHISTANI) GOAT PATERI GOAT

25 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

26 Camel breeds in Sindh  Sindh Dhatti,  Kharai,  Larri (Sindhi),  Sakrai

27 Dairy Production Zone 1. Dairy Production Zone Karachi, Thatta, Badin, Hyderabad, Kotri. Karachi, Thatta, Badin, Hyderabad, Kotri. Dairy Breeding Zone Sukkur, Larkana, Mehar, Shikarpur, Noushehro Feroze, Ghotki and Nawabshah. Sukkur, Larkana, Mehar, Shikarpur, Noushehro Feroze, Ghotki and Nawabshah. Meat Zone Meat Zone Sanghar, Mirpurkhas, Jacobabad, Khairpur except Nara, Dadu except Mahal Kohistan and Shahdadkot. Sanghar, Mirpurkhas, Jacobabad, Khairpur except Nara, Dadu except Mahal Kohistan and Shahdadkot. Wool Zone Wool Zone Tharparkar, Nara of Khairpur and Mahal Kohistan of Dadu district. Tharparkar, Nara of Khairpur and Mahal Kohistan of Dadu district. 27

28 28 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.

29 29 LIVESTOCK EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS Sr. No. Name of Station Year of Establishment Present Livestock strength Breed Maintained 1. Livestock Experiment Station Karachi Red Sindhi & Cross breed. 2. Red Sindhi cattle Breeding Farm Tando Mohammad Khan Red Sindhi 3. Livestock Experiment Station, Nabisar Road Thari Cattle Kacchi & Pak Awasi Sheep Goat 4. Livestock Development and Research Farm for Kundhi Buffaloe Rohri Kundhi Buffalo Kooka Sheep 5. Kamori goat farm Khudabad (Dadu) Kamori Goat Scheme animals

30 30 LIVESTOCK POPULATION OF PERI-URBAN DAIRY COLONIES KARACHI 1. Landhi Cattle Colony & Surrounding 342, Bilal Cattle Colony & Surrounding 44, Surjani Cattle Colony 17, Al-Momin Dairy Colony 15, Nagori Dairy Colony 12, Baldia, Liari & Surrounding 300, Scattered Dairy Farms in different towns of Karachi 212,107

31 31 HYDERABAD 1. New Cattle Colony 10, Old Cattle Colony 25,000 LARKANA 1. Old Cattle Colony 5,000 SUKKUR 1. Old Sukkur Cattle Colony 5,000 LIVESTOCK POPULATION OF PERI-URBAN DAIRY COLONIES

32 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

33 Program for formulating future oriented and dairy development in Peri urban areas. Promotion of recycling buffalo farming and salvation of buffalo calf in Peri urban colonies. Development and extension of appropriate Dairy technology for Diary Sector in Sindh Proposed Major Action Plan for Dairy Development in Sindh

34 Progressive elimination of Trans boundary Animal Diseases Encouraging role of NGO’s,Farm associations,donar agencies to work jointly for Dairy Development of sindh. Proposed Major Action Plan for Dairy Development in Sindh

35 Extension Material 35

36 Communication / Consultations 36

37 Training Activities 37

38 Thanks for your kind attention and contribution toward the National Food Security Quality Food for Healthy Nation


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