We are dedicated to animal husbandry and the improvement of socio-economic conditions for farmers. Animal husbandry is an essential agricultural practice that involves raising and breeding animals to meet various human needs. At our federation, we work closely with the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Government of India, to preserve animal genetic resources, conserve indigenous breeds, protect and strengthen livestock, and create employment opportunities and livelihood support for rural communities.

We are committed to providing technical support to cattle farmers and poultry farmers, assisting them with scientific animal husbandry practices. Additionally, we facilitate loan disbursement from banks to farmers in need, guaranteeing loan repayment on behalf of farmers. Through these initiatives, we aim to empower farmers and improve their access to resources and opportunities.

One of our key projects is focused on increasing the cattle holding size for farmers, transitioning from small to medium-sized holdings. This project encourages farmers to use high-yielding animals and modern aids to enhance milk production. Under various projects and government schemes, we have successfully reached thousands of farmers, supporting them in expanding their cattle holdings and improving their livelihoods.

Animal husbandry encompasses a wide range of activities and practices, each serving specific goals within the livestock or animal production system. Some of these aspects include,

Animal breeding, which involves selectively breeding animals to improve their genetic traits and productivity.

Animal nutrition is crucial, as it ensures animals receive balanced and appropriate diets to meet their nutritional needs.

Animal health management focuses on maintaining the well-being of animals through veterinary care, disease prevention, and hygiene practices.

Providing suitable housing and ensuring animal welfare are essential aspects of animal husbandry.

Reproduction and breeding management involve managing the reproductive cycles of animals for successful breeding outcomes. Finally, animal product processing involves the proper handling, storage, and utilization of animal products such as milk, meat, eggs, wool, and leather.

Animal husbandry practices vary based on specific livestock species and regional agricultural systems. Nonetheless, they play a vital role in ensuring food security, rural livelihoods, and the sustainable utilization of animal resources.

By implementing sound animal husbandry practices, we can ensure the health, productivity, and well-being of domesticated animals while meeting the diverse needs of human society. Join us in our efforts to promote sustainable and responsible animal husbandry practices that uplift farmers, preserve genetic diversity, and contribute to the overall development of rural communities.