Sh. Nikhil Gajraj, IAS
Deputy Commissioner's Message


ANIMAL HUSBANDRY & DAIRYING DEPARTMENT SIRSA

Aims & Objectives

Since long, Animal Husbandry & Dairying Department Haryana has been implementing different programmes and schemes for the benefit of people engaged in livestock rearing occupation. In addition to the major tool of socio-economic development of the society and nation, livestock is also a major tool of human health development. Today per capita milk availability in Haryana is 680 gm per day as compare to 258 gm at national level.

To facilitate the animal breeders different Programmes are being implemented by the department for the development of world famous Livestock of the state which are summarized as under:-

There are 57 Government Vety. Hospitals, 168 Government Vety. Dispensaries, 1 Semen Bank and 1 Polyclinic i.e. 227 Veterinary Institutions providing veterinary and breeding services for all type of small and large animal/ species of livestock. There by every 1.5 villages are being covered by one Veterinary Institution in which facilities of health and breeding services are being provided by Veterinary Surgeons / VLDA’s as per timings given below.

From 16 April to 15 October (7.30 A.M. to 2.00 P.M.)
From 16 October to 15 April (8.30 A.M. to 3.00 P.M.)


Note: Institutions will be remain closed on Sunday and gazetted Holidays while the Emergency Cases are attended 24X7 hours free of cost..



Block wise Vety. Institution as on 30/09/2013
S.No. Name of Block GVH GVD Semen Bank Vety. Polyclinic Total
1 Bara Gudha 13 25 0 0 38

2

Odhan

6

20

0

0

26

3

Sirsa

9

28

1

1

38

4

Dabwali

8

29

0

0

38

5

Ellenabad

6

14

0

0

20

6

N/ Chopta

6

33

0

0

39

7

Rania

9

19

0

0

28

 

Total

57

168

1

1

227


Quick Tabulation Report of 19th Livestock Census 2012

Cattle

Buffalo

Sheep

Goat

Horse& Ponis

Mule

Donkey

213364

343008

36625

40873

1309

690

421

Camel

Pig

Dog

Rabbit

All type of Poultry

4614

1269

20141

705

556786

Veterinary Services:-

To keep the District livestock healthy, two types of services are being provided.

(A)Vaccination for Prevention of Diseases.

Healthy animals are vaccinated against various infectious & non infectious diseases. The department is manufacturing/purchasing different vaccines. Vaccination facility is being given free of cost to the farmers.

1.

Heamorrhagic Septicaeamia Vaccine. (H.S.)

2.

Black Quarter Vaccine. (B.Q.)

3.

Sheep Pox Vaccine (S.P.)

4.

Enterotoxaemia Vaccine (E.T.V.)

5.

P.P.R. Vaccine (in Sheep)

6.

Foot & Mouth Disease Vaccine (F.M.D.)

7.

Swine Fever Vaccine (S.F.)

Livestock owners can get their animal vaccinated at the nearest Veterinary Hospital/Dispensary.

(B) Treatment of the Sick Animals:-

In addition to veterinary services provided in Hospital and Dispensary, the department organizes Healthcare Camps in different villages. Farmers can have the benefit of these camps and can get their sick animal treated. The medicine are given free of cost in these camps.

(C) Livestock Breeding Services

Artificial Insemination services are being provided using frozen semen of high quality pedigreed bulls at all Veterinary Institution and even at farmers doorstep at subsidized rate of Rs.20 and Rs. 70 respectively. This facility is available 24X7 days in every Veterinary Institution.

The breeders are encouraged to keep high Quality Murrah Buffaloes by providing incentives:-

Owner of the Murrah Buffaloes yielding more than 25 kg per day is given Rs. 25000/- as incentive.

Between 19kg to 25kg milk yield is given Rs. 15000/- as incentive.
Between 16kg to 19kg below milk yield is given Rs.10000/- as incentive.
Between 13kg to 16kg below milk yield is given Rs. 5000/- as incentive.

Milk recording is done by a committee of departmental officers. If a village have 50 or more Buffaloes are selected than that village is designated as “Adarsh Murrah Village” and “Murrah Breeding Association” is constituted in the village. An incentive of Rs.5.00 lac is provided to the association by the State Government.

Good quality male calves of these recoded Murrah Buffaloes between the age of 12-15 months are purchased by the department and after intensive rearing them good quality bulls are supplied to village Panchayats for natural breeding at a subsidized rate of Rs. 2000/-.

Animal Insurance Scheme

There is provision of animal Insurance scheme in the State under which milch animals are being insured. 75% of subsidy on the insurance premium is granted by the State government. All the animals kept by the Scheduled Caste families are insured free of cost and full premium is borne by the Government.

In Natural Calamity

In order to prevent the spread of diseases during natural calamities Government makes the provisions of special fund for the purchase of medicine and other items. The Department constitutes special teams, which works round the clock and provide 24 hour services.

Dairy Development Scheme

In order to generate self employment for unemployed rural youth the department helps the establishment of 5,3 milch animals dairy unit from various financial institutions. Literate/ illiterate rural / urban, unemployed youth are eligible for this scheme. All milch animals are insured and 75% of insurance premium is born by the Government while 25% by the beneficiaries. An amount of 25% of the unit cost of the established dairy unit is provided by the Government, as a subsidy. In order to avail benefit of this scheme the applicants may contact Deputy Director at district level / Subdivisional Officer at subdivision level / Veterinary Surgeon at Government Veterinary Hospital / VLDA at Govt. Vety. Dispensary. The beneficiaries are expected to take eleven days training about Dairy after that have to apply to the department for onwards sponsoring to the financial institutions.

Milk and Milk Product Order 1992

Under MMPO 1992, the Milk Plant handling the milk and milk products more than 10,000 liter per day are required to be registered. The milk plant / chilling centre handling upto 2 Lac liters per day or 10,000 M.T. solid milk per day are to be registered with State registering Authority and units handling more than 10,000 M.T. milk / milk products per day are to be registered with Central registering authority at the Government of India level. There is provision of issue of registration certificate within 45 days after the receipt of complete set of documents containing all relevant informations. No milk unit in the State can deal in milk and milk product without the registration and it is mandatory for each unit to follow the provisions of MMPO 1992.

Cattle Feed Ordinance 1999

The Cattle feed ordinance have come into force. Since 4th November 1999 in the state . Under this act no manufacturer/ dealer is allowed to manufacture, sell and supply the concentrate Cattle feed supplement or mineral mixture without registration license. The firm engaged in manufacture/ distribution/ selling are to be registered with the State Government, by depositing the requiste fees (in the Head Dairying 0404) along with the application form to be submitted through the Deputy Director Animal Husbandry of the concerned district to the registration authority. The detail of registration / renewal fee for three years is given below.

S.No Fees for Registration Renewal Fees Fees for Providing Duplicate Copy of the Registration Certificate
1 For Manufacturing Unit. Rs. 1000/- Rs.500/- Rs.50/-
2 For Selling / Distribution units. Rs. 500/- Rs.250/- Rs.50/-

The dealing firm should apply for renewal of registration license one month prior to the expiry of the registration along with forms and fees to the registering authority. The forms and application related to dairy development scheme are available at department website.

Schemes and Programmes of the Department

1.

Foot & Mouth Disease control programme will be continued in the 11th five years plan and is fully sponsored by Central Government

2.

Women awareness Camps-Sponsored by Haryana Livestock Development Board.

3.

Organization of Calf rally-It is an integrated programme sponsored by Haryana Livestock Development Board.

4.

Scheme Sponsored by Government of India under by RKVY Scheme.

Organization of Infertility Management Camp

Artificial Insemination under PPP by JK Trust

Feed supplementation for Calf rearing for SC family.

Special Programme for Dairy Development

5.

Animal Insurance Scheme- Sponsored by State and Government of India.

6.

Self Employment Scheme for Scheduled Caste Families.

Two milch animal

Pig rearing Scheme

Sheep rearing Scheme

7.

Self Employment Scheme- Mini Dairy Scheme (5,3 milch animals schemes) Sponsored by State Government

8.

IntegrIntegrated Murrah Development Project-Sponsored by Haryana Livestock Development Board.

 

Different activities undertaken by the Department:

A) Regular daily activities throughout year in every institution
  • Treatment of sick animals
  • A.I. of cows and buffs. in hospitals and door step
  • Deworming of animals
  • B) April to June
  • H.S. vaccination to all cattle and buffs.
  • Sheep Pox and ET vaccination in sheep & goat
  • Deworming of sheep
  • Registration and renewal of cattle feed shops and Manufacturing units.
C) July to September
  • FMD vaccination to all animals
  • Identification of murrah buffaloes through
  • Holding of dairy training for dairy entrepreneur Performance recording.
  • Holding of Animal Health Camps
  • Holding of calf rallies.
D) October to December
  • Establishment of dairy units
  • Holding of calf rallies
  • Compaign of State Livestock Insurance
  • Holding of infertility management camps
  • Women awareness camps
  • 2nd round of H.S. vaccination
  • Fodder seed distribution (Rabi)
E) January to March
  • Trainings of paravets
  • FMD booster vaccination programme
  • Fodder Seed distribution (Kharif)
  • Holding of dairy trainings and establishment of Mini Dairy

Source: Dy. Director, Animal Husbandry, Sirsa

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