Apply modern techniques to expedite the development of the livestock sector

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To be able to breed pedigree cattle and poultry as well as fish species, land plots are adequate in the livestock sector in good environs. The livestock farms have access to providing safe feedstuff and water for animals at the systematic farms.
Myanmar faced suffering in livestock farms due to unavoidably restricted measures in the prevention, control and treatment activities of COVID-19. Currently, Myanmar is standing in a position of controlling the downtrend of spreading COVID-19. As such, now is the time of making utmost efforts for rehabilitation as recovering the halted businesses.
Myanmar has a wider international market to export cattle and other animals as well as livestock products, especially to China, Bangladesh, Thailand and Malaysia. However, cattle of Myanmar still flow into Thailand and Bangladesh on a both legal and illegal basis.
Indeed, the government has allowed the export of cattle to foreign markets since 9 October 2017 to boom businesses of local cattle farmers. However, non-systematic breeding and exportation processes bring a loss to the State.
At present, the government is striving for extension of agreements on measures of trading and free from animal diseases to further export animals and animal products to regional and international markets.
Indeed, livestock farms need to have access to safe water, feedstuff and medicines. If so, cattle from the livestock farms will have regular growth. With regard to the feedstuff, cattle were herded in the natural pasturelands in the past. Currently, the pasturelands are narrowing and narrowing due to the fact that construction sites for housings and buildings as well as cultivable lands are invading them inch by inch. Hence, the feedstuff system of livestock farms should be changed from the pastureland system to the cultivation and feeding of feedstuff plants as quickly as possible.
Myanmar has a great chance in the exportation of cattle with the great demand from neighbouring countries. Generally, Myanmar’s cattle that eat feedstuff without chemical residue are suitable for the production of safe meat because of vast natural lands across the nation where any pesticide and chemical had not dropped.

Applying modern techniques in the livestock sector, it is necessary to operate the production of safe and quality meat, milk and eggs not only for the consumption of the people but for exportation to increase income for commercial-scale businesses as well as manageable-scale breeders.

Applying modern techniques in the livestock sector, it is necessary to operate the production of safe and quality meat, milk and eggs not only for the consumption of the people but for exportation to increase income for commercial-scale businesses as well as manageable-scale breeders.

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