Siem Reap: Workshop on “Boosting Livestock BreedingOrganized by the Cambodian Livestock Association, presided over by His Excellency Tan Pannara, Delegation of the Royal Government of Cambodia. General Department of Animal Health and Production with the participation of Cambodian Livestock Association, representatives of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, representatives of about 150 Rural Farmer Banks People and other stakeholders in the morning on Saturday, May 30, 2020 at Regina Hotel in Siem Reap.
In the beginning, Srorn Pov, President of the Cambodian Veterinary Association, was interested in the purpose of the workshop as a special opportunity and forum. With the General Directorate of Animal Health and Animal Production, the Association of Animal Husbandry, there are experts in animal disease, animal husbandry and JET Development Bank to find out. The key to promoting Cambodian livestock in order to adequately support the Cambodian meat market is with care The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, as well as the Department of Animal Health and Animal Production, restrict and reduce imports of animals.
He also reminded farmers to be careful about the outbreak, saying: "We forget the disease, but we do not forget No, ”he said.
Ros Seng Hak, a representative of the Rural Development Bank, mentioned special funds for promoting agriculture as well as animal husbandry. This special fund is more favorable and easier to get a loan.
Representatives of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries report on the socio-economic status of Siem Reap province and the promotion of pasture. .
HE Tan Pannara, Government Delegation, said that this workshop was a special occasion where I, experts and farmers met Each of these platforms is open to questioning myself and experts on what you find difficult to find appropriate solutions to. Promoting animal feeding.
He mentioned the reduction of the import of animals, especially pigs and chickens, in accordance with the recommendations of HE Veng Sakhorn, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Maintaining a fair market value of livestock is key to promoting local animal husbandry.
He also mentioned past experiences with farmers about preventing the spread of animal diseases, curbing illegal pig traffic on raising livestock Excellency Veng Sarcon, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, and correspondence with the whole workshop.