BVO organizes awareness camp
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 25: The block veterinary officer organised an awareness camp at Balhama here on Thursday.
During the camp, experts created awareness among the cattle rears about cattle feeding and rearing on scientific lines.
A large number of farmers participated in the camp, which was presided over by the chief animal husbandry officer, Dr R A Naqshbandi.
Dr M S Surma, Dr G M Rather and Dr Muhammad Amin Wani were also present at the camp.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Naqashbandi and the BVO, Srinagar, highlighted the programmes and schemes of department. They advised educated youth to come forward and undertake poultry and diary farming. The Chief guest Dr K.K Sopori distributed Mini Seed Kits.
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