Yangon Mayor inspects Livestock Special Zone Project in Twantay

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Chairman of the Yangon City Development Committee Mayor U Bo Htay visited the Livestock Special Zone Project near Talokhtaw village, Twantay township, at 8 am yesterday morning.
He inspected the numbers and situation of the animals in the three zones of the special project and ordered an increase in the numbers of animals, ensuring sufficient food for them.
Subsequently, the mayor and his team checked 71 dairy cows by MDP Co. in Zone 2, 500 layers and 186 goats from Twantay breeding field in Zone 1, and the fields of Napier grass and corn, along with 1,000 ducks by Golden Duck Company Limited.
Following these inspections, the mayor and the team met with officials from the district and township level departments and livestock entrepreneurs in Twantay breeding special zone. They discussed the current operation and plans for further expansion according to individual entrepreneurs.
In the afternoon, the mayor inspected the accumulation of roadside expansion with the silt produced from the re-excavating of a 3,000-foot length, 18 feet wide, and 8 feet depth water drain with a 21-tonne Amphibious Excavator on the southern side of Yangon-Pathein Road between Twantay Road and Taunggya Creek by the Engineering Department (Drainage Management) in Hlinethaya Township (West). The mayor also ordered improvements to the drainage system for cleanliness.
Furthermore, it is reported that the mayor and his team also observed a 62 feet length by 22 feet wide concrete bridge connecting with Yangon-Pathein Road at the top of Aung Mingala Street in No 6 quarter, Hlinethaya Township (East). — MNA/TRKM

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