Livestock breeding zone in Twantay Township sees development


Yangon Region Chief Minister U Soe Thein inspected progress in building Twantay Livestock Breeding Zone near Talokhtaw Village, Twantay Township on 25 May.
Mayor U Bo Htay who is also a Chairman of the Yangon City Development Committee and officials explained to the Yangon Region Chief Minister that there are 63 livestock farmers in relevant sections of the zone.
Those farmers are carrying out farming for 3,062 goats, 55,000 fish, 220 dairy cattle, 113 beef cattle, 46,300 broilers, 20,000 domestic chickens, more than 6,400 layers, over 200 black chickens, over 4,000 ducks for eggs and over 1,000 ducks for meat, 311 pigs, 14,370 quails, and have produced 296,245 eggs, 270,561 duck eggs, 67,273 quail eggs, 34,979 visses of cow’s milk and 118,463 visses of chicken in addition to 9,570 visses of duck, 4,183 visses of mutton and 7,553 visses of pork till today.
Then, the Director of the Regional Irrigation and Water Utilization Management Department reported on the restoration of the Kangyikon Dam built in 1913, and departmental officials clarified the activities of the breeding zone in each sector.
After that, the Regional Chief Minister and his team visited the Kangyikon Dam and inspected the livestock operations. — Hsan Kyaw Oo (IPRD)/KZL

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