Success in cattle breeding found at Yae Pyae Village

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Breeding of cattle in Artificial Insemination (AI) method is successful in Yae Pyae Village-Tract, Myothit Township, Magway District, Magway Region, officials said.
The AI farm, located between Mile Post (60/2) to (60/4) on Nay Pyi Taw Highway, is owned by Good Brothers Company Limited.
Farmers breed high-quality cows in addition to domestic cattle. The artificial Insemination method is being used for dairy cows and beef cattle in a variety of ways.
In order to maintain good local varieties, the natural breeding of cattle is also carried out in collaboration with the relevant Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department.
Officials said they were treating cattle raised in and around the village tract.
Then, in collaboration with the Department of Livestock Breeding and Veterinary, livestock breeding and care awareness seminars and pieces of training are being conducted for the development of the livestock and meat sector.
Daw Khin Cho Win, in charge of the cattle farm, said that anyone could visit their cattle farm at (Good Brothers. Co. Ltd) to inquire about their breeding methods. — Ko Zaw (IPRD)/ GNLM

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