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Efforts must be made for reducing the import of milk and dairy products and produce the products meeting local demand, says Senior General

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State Administration Council Chairman Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing inspects the Dairy Cow Breeding Project (Htonbo) in Mandalay Region on 22 January 2022.

The dairy cow farm needs to supply the milk and dairy product needs of 1.5 million population of Mandalay City, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing in inspecting the Dairy Cow Breeding Project (Htonbo) and Marble Tile Factory (Mandalay) in Mandalay Region yesterday afternoon.
At Dairy Cow Breeding Project (Htonbo), an official reported on breeding progress, feeding green feed to animals with hydroponic fodder and distribution of milk.
In his speech, the Senior General said it is necessary to focus on welfare measures for the breeding tasks. The dairy cow farm needs to supply the milk and dairy product demand for the 1.5 million population of Mandalay City.
Quality milk and meat at fairer prices must be sold. Efforts must be made for reducing the import of milk and dairy products and produce the products meeting local demand.
It is necessary to seek the consultation of experts on the effectiveness of feeds over the growth rate of cows and milk. Initiatives must be taken for achieving success in the implementation of the project for meeting the local demand for milk and meat on one hand.
The Senior General then visited the project site and left the necessary instructions.
At Marble Tile Factory (Mandalay), Chairman of the Myanmar Economic Corporation Lt-Gen Nyo Saw and officials reported on the production of tiles and plaques to be used on the terrace of Maravijaya Buddha Image precinct in Nay Pyi Taw, and carving of the Buddha images and statues with the use of CNC machines.
After giving necessary instructions, the Senior General presented the cash award for staff. — MNA

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