Senior General Min Aung Hlaing calls for expanding poultry farms in Ayethaya Industrial Zone through modern techniques

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing stressed the need to expand poultry farms in the Ayethaya Industrial Zone for the distribution of eggs to the entire nation through modern techniques in addition to conventional ways.
During the tour of the Ayethaya Industrial Zone in Taunggyi yesterday afternoon, Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing gave guidance to officials while viewing round Shan Yoma Livestock Zone in the industrial zone.
Although advanced poultry farming based on the evaporated cooling system costs high capital, such a farm has full biosecurity with the advantages of producing high quality and production rate, the Senior General said.
He expressed his pleasure in seeing successful raising layers taking the attention of local breeders although the preliminary aim was set to operate dairy cows in Ayethaya Industrial Zone to reduce the import volume of milk and dairy products from abroad.
The Senior General urged all to systematically review and calculate daily consumption of meat, fish and eggs for the total population of the nation to extend livestock zones and livestock farming tasks.
Dr Win Zin Maung, the head of the Shan State Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department reported to the Senior General on facts and figures of the Shan Yoma livestock zone.
The Senior General viewed round advanced functions of raising the layers in the evaporated cooling system of Dr Sai Lon in Shan Yoma Livestock Zone and gave guidance on prospects to improve the livestock sector.
The Senior General also made an inspection tour of the Nanthida multi-agriculture and livestock farm of the Eastern Command the same day.
At the briefing hall of the farm, the Senior General heard reports on undertakings at Nanthida multi-agriculture and livestock farm by the Commander of Eastern Command Maj-Gen Hla Moe.
The Senior General gave guidance that multi-agriculture and livestock farms of relevant military commands have to be smart and it is necessary to assign those who are working.
The Senior General inspected the progress of agriculture and livestock tasks including breeding pigs, ducks, cows and layers at Nanthida multi-agriculture and livestock farm 1 and farm 2 and left necessary guidance. — MNA/TTA

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