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Saturday 04th of July 2015

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Buffalo Milk Competition

Milk Yield contest will be organised on July 06-07, 2015 on the basis of three milkings. Animals will be emptied on 5th at 6:00 pm. Following is the procedure for registration.  

  1. Registration of Animal: Only animals with eartag numbers will be registered. In case the animal does not have eartag, it will be eartagged at CIRB through central herd registration scheme. In case of any charges for eartagging, the same shall be paid by the owners. Calves at foot will also be eartagged.

  2. Timimgs: The first milking/emptying will be done on the arrival day i.e. 5th July at 6:00 pm in open place in front of quarantine unit at CIRB Hisar. The weight of milk as well fat percentage will be recorded on the spot. This activity is being done on the request of the farmers for authentication, identification  and recording of the high milk yielders and the institute takes no responsibility for any injury/death/any other loss to the animal/owner in the process.

  3. The animal will loaded/unloaded and housed at quarantine unit and no damage to the institute property is to be done in the process or during their stay at the institute. In case of damage to the Institute property, the loss shall be made good from the responsible person.





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new2_e0.gif - 197 bytesApplications are invited for training program on "Improved buffalo husbandry for schedule caste youth" to be held during October, 2015
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     Message from Director

Buffalo, the 'Black gold' of India is already shining with a glittering future. This dairy species has been creating headlines commanding high price tags while also contributing immensely to animal protein needs of the vegetarian population of the country, as well as earning foreign exchange through surging export of buffalo meat.

 The country has made a grand spectre on the World stage being top milk producer and leading meat exporter – with crucial contribution of 71.3 Million tones milk (53 % of total) and 86 per cent of the exported meat from buffalo alone.

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                                          Short Term Training on

“Ultrasonography in Large Animal Reproduction for fertility Augmentation”

                        22-27 June, 2015 and 13-18 July, 2015


ICAR- Central Institute for research on Buffaloes, Hisar is organizing a short term training onUltrasonography in large Animal reproduction for fertility augmentation” from 22-27 June, 2015 and 13-18 July, 2015. This training will be imparted to the field veterinarians, teachers and researchers involved in treatment/ research of large animal production.The training will provide beginner as well as practicing veterinarians to get hands on training on various aspect of ultrasonography for improving fertility of large animals.




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