v To boost the production of milk, egg and meat of the State by adopting modern scientific methods.
v Adequate health care/preventive measures, up-gradation of the livestock.
v To improve the Socio-economic condition by providing self-employment opportunities to unemployed youth and to raise the family income.
The main activities under this sector in brief are as follows:
v Intensification of cross breeding programme through Artificial Insemination, technology for production of genetically superior cattle and buffaloes.
v Augmentation of poultry and duck production through induction of more productive birds in order to increase egg production.
v Up gradation of small animals like sheep, goat, pigs and rabbits through Induction of improved and exotic breeds of ram, buck, boar and rabbit for local herds being produced in the Departmental farms.
v Strengthening of health care infrastructure for livestock in the State.
v Development of infrastructure for preservation, processing and marketing of livestock products.
v Organization of training programmes for farmers.
v Establishment of dairy, poultry and small animal rearing farms through private efforts/entrepreneurs.
v Enforcement of cruelty prevention measures.
v Intensification of research, development and extension education activities.
v Intensification of natural breeding programme through Utkal Gomangal Samiti.
Introduction on Animal Husbandry System of the District.
Animal Husbandry Department plays an important role in up-liftment of the economic status of the rural and urban people. The department is implementing different Animal Husbandry programmes like Feeding, Breeding, Management as well as Marketing in scientific methods, in order to safe-guard the livestock and poultry from different diseases and to provide better health coverage and breeding facilities. The aim of this department is to increase livestock production and productivity in terms of milk, meat and egg to meet the demand of the people and to generate self employment for rural youths under employment mission programme.
Angul District came into existence as separate district consequence upon reorganization of district in Orissa on 1st April 1993.The district is surrounded by Cuttack & Dhenkanal in the east .Sambalpur & Deogarh in west, Sundargarh & Keonjhar in the north and Phulabani in the south. There are 16 Vety Hospitals/Dispensaries and 78 Livestock Aid Centres functioning under this department and these Veterinary Institutions are providing services to livestock. The diary and the poultry activities are being accelerated with a view to increase livestock productivity and generating self employment for the rural youths. There is one Poultry Farm and one Fodder Seed Farms functioning in the District. NPCBB, a Government of India sponsored scheme is strengthening and stream-lining the crossbreeding activities in the District and ASCAD and NPRE schemes are taking care of disease control measures. There are 8 administrative blocks and 4 Sub-Divisions in the district. There are 209 Gram Panchayats with more than 1700 revenue villages in the district. Pallahara and Athamallick sub-division are the thrust area of the department for sheep and goat production where as Angul and Talcher area are for dairy and poultry production. On analyzing the livestock population in Angul district it is found that major part of the livestock population constitutes indigenous cattle. Whereas, crossbred cattle constitutes only a small part of this population. Majority of the present cattle population needs replacement as crossbred cattle to enhance milk production. The livestock position of the district is comparatively better than the state average as based on Statistical Abstract of Orissa: 2008.
In Angul, production of goat meat is higher than the state average whereas in case of production of milk and eggs, it is lagging behind. Decreasing pasture lands, lack of will power, low profitability, increasing cost of production and shift of attention towards other enterprises and occupations are some of the factors responsible for less scope of increase in cattle population whereas in case of goatery the future seems bright
Animal Husbandry Status:
There is high demand of Livestock products in the district from high income groups where as the production is much below than the district requirement. The production and productivity of animal products are indicated in the following tables.
Table: Comparative statement of animal Product
v To make dairying a viable livelihood option for small, marginal farmers and landless persons.
v Achieve self sufficiency in milk production.
v Enhance per-capita availability of milk.
v Enhance productivity of small ruminants to increase rural incomes.
v Popularize poultry rearing as a profitable, low cost backyard activity among rural poor.
Goal for the District:
v Increase milk production from 34.89 MTs to 72.57 MTs in the next 10 years per year.
v Enhance procurement of milk by milk unions from 700 Litres to 4000 Litres per day in the next 10 years.
v Increase meat production from 2084.73 MTs to 5446.02 MTs in the next 10 years.
v Increase egg production from 7.914 Millions to 272.86 Millions in the next 10 years per year.
v Increase fodder production from 1555.0 MTs to 96963.7 MTs in the next 10 years.
SECTORAL GROWTH DRIVERS
1. Breed Development
2. Small Ruminants development
3. Disease managements
4. Poultry and duckery developments
5. Fodder development
6. Value addition and processing quality control of products
7. Institutional support service
8. Programme intervention
CDVO OFFICE ADDRESS
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF DISTRICT VETERINARY OFFICER, ANGUL
AT- HEMSARAPADA, PO/DIST- ANGUL, ORISSA, PIN- 759122
Telephone No. - 06764-230002
NO. OF VETERINARY INSTITUTIONS (AS A WHOLE)
NO. OF HOSPITALS/DISPENSARIES
NO. OF LIVESTOCK AID CENTRES
NO OF GOMITRA CENTRES
SPECIAL ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ACTVITIES
VETERINARY HOSPITALS/DISPENSARIES OF DISTRICT
LIVESTOCK AID CENTRES OF THE DISTRICT
Attached in Excel sheet- 1 Annexure -1
GOMITRA CENTRES OF THE DISTRICT
Attached in Excel sheet - 2 Annexure-2
FARMS OF THE DISTRICT
STATISTICS ON ANIMAL HUSBANDRY SCENARIOS.
Attached in Excel sheet-3-Annexure-3
FACILITIES AVAILABLE IN DISTRICT.
N:B: - Prescribed User Charges Format attached Excel-sheet-4 in Annexure -4
ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE DISTRICT
Attached in Excel sheet - 5 in Annexure -5
CONTACT DETAILS OF OFFICERS
DIRECTORY OF THE DISTRICT
Attached in Excel sheet - 6 in Annexure - 6
PROCEDURE TO AVAIL THE SERVICES
ON GOING ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PROGRAMMES/SCHEMES
1. NPCBB ( National Project on Cattle and Buffalo Breeding)
2. ASCAD ( Assistance to State for Control of Animal Diseases )
3. SMILE ( Society For Management of Information, Learning and Extension)
4. ATMA (Agricultural Technology Management Agency )
5. SMALL ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (Goatery)
6. PBR, ANGUL ( Poultry Breeding and Research, Angul )
7. Orissa State Fodder and Seed Production Farm, Panchamahala, Angul
8. Assistance to Victimized Family Members of the Dist.
9. Different Schemes like SGSY, KSK LOANS, OSCSTFDC, GENERAL FINANCES and ATMA NIJUKTI PARAMARSHA MELA
10. Kalyani Project
11. Backyard Poultry Project
12. Calf Rearing Project.
1) NPCBB:- (National Project on Cattle and Buffalo Breeding)
It is a 100 % central govt. sponsored scheme with an objective to boost –up the genetic potentiality of the indigenous and low producing cattle and buffalo under organized breeding through door step Artificial Insemination (AI) and natural services by high pedigree bulls and to provide quality breeding inputs. The artificial Insemination facility both at HQ and Doorstep is available in our district in 16 VDs, 74 LACs and 55 Gomitra centres.
GOMITRA, the Private AI worker, under this project has been created to perform various departmental activities including Door step AI. The un-employed youths are being trained and supplied with equipments to perform Animal Husbandry activities by which they are self-employed and generate some income for their livelihood.
2) ASCAD:- (Assistance to State for Control of Animal Diseases)
It is a central govt. sponsored scheme with central share 75 % and the state share 25 %. This scheme is operational in our state since 2003-04.The objective is to control existing emerging as well as exotic disease of the cattle and birds and mass awareness programmes on animal diseases, control and scientific management. Various Animal health camps and training programmes are conducted through this scheme.
3) SMILE :- (Society for Management of Information and Learning & Extension)
It is a society managed by ARD department to render various training programmes to the unemployed rural & urban youths for skill up-gradation in Dairy, Poultry & Sheep, Goat sector etc., as well as refresher course for the departmental personnel time to time.
4) ATMA :- (Agricultural Technology Management Agency)
The objective of this agency is to provide integrated action of different line department, in implementation of extension activities to fill up the gap in recommended and existing practices in ARD sector. We deal with health care of the dairy animals, improvement in goat breed, vaccination, deworming, backward poultry and fodder cultivation with various training programme and exposure visits.
5) Small Animal Development Programme: -
In this programme Genetic up- gradation and deworming of goats are taken into consideration. The objective is to improve the local goats through supply of 149 No of Beetal breeding bucks in 149 villages having breeder’s forum with 30 No of members rearing goats in each breeding forum. The villages have been identified. Deworming of goats has already been carried out and medicines have been supplied for treating goats in the villages. The programme aims at development of the SC/ST /BPL families of the District. The objective is to improve the productivity of the goats and raising body weights which has huge impact on poverty reduction of the poor families. Skill up gradation training have also been planned to render these farmers enrolled in the breeders forum situated at the village level for getting more knowledge on goat production.
6) Poultry Breeding Research Angul:-
The farm started functioning for hatching of day old chicks under Central sponsored plan . Till now more than 30000 chicks have already been supplied in surroundings of Angul District and Parents stocks are also being maintained for hatching of eggs and for supply of chicks to neighboring districts like Dhenkanal, Keonjhar and Deogarh in addition to Angul district.
7) Orissa State Seed Production Farm Panchamahala:-
This farm is situated by the side of NH 42, about 5Km away from Angul towards Samabalpur. This Farm covers an area Ac102 .This farm continues to cultivate various fodder grass & seeds and supplies to different districts as per the requirement.
8) Assistance to Victimized family members: -
Under this scheme training for Victimized families are being organized and victimized families are being benefited under goatery schemes. Further goats have been supplied for them under self employment programme by John Augusts Prison Social welfare services .The ARD Department is providing necessary technical inputs ,training and selection of animals for the assisted families with health care services to the animals, as and when required.
9) BIRD FLU & RRT (Rapid Response Team) :-
All the field functionaries have been intimated to report in case of any eventuality and instructed to collect samples for pathological examination and send the samples directly to ADRI Phulanakhara for pathological test. RRT has been formed and the Team is ready to face any untoward situation in face of the outbreak of Bird flu.
10) KALYANI Project :-
It is an integrated cattle development project which was inaugurated by Sj Naveen Patnaik, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Orissa at Nuapada on 2th day of October 2010, in co-ordination with Bharatiya Agro Industries Federation (BAIF). This programme is aiming at creating an opportunity of gainful self employment to rural masses particularly to the livestock keepers in project areas. In Angul district BAIF in Co-operation with ARD department has selected 15 locations and 15 local youth for starting of Livestock development Sectors (LDC) under this project.
The youths will undergo training very shortly regarding different animal husbandry activities prior to their engagement in selected sectors. All the project work along with training will be taken up by BAIF.
11) BACKYARD POULTRY PROJECT
The proposed project is to cover 2,000 nos. of beneficiaries in Angul districts during the current financial year 2010-11 along with establishment of 30 nos. of Mother Units (Chick Rearing Units).
GUIDELINES FOR BACKYARD POULTRY UNIT:
1. The scheme will have beneficiaries from BPL category families only.
2. Beneficiary should be selected in cluster, so that both forward and backward linkages can be well facilitated.
3. The area to be selected will be a pocket where ONLY the unorganized sector is present and no commercial or industrial sector is present – only backyard practicing pocket.
4. Beneficiaries should be trained before supply of chicks.
5. CDVOs, in co-ordination with concerned district Administration, will take care of imparting basic training to the local farmers establishing backyard poultry units.
6. Each beneficiary will get Rs.750/- for cages, night shelter, feeder drinker etc. in shape of grant from Govt. Of India.
7. Each beneficiary will get 45 nos. (20+15+10) of 4 weeks old chicks in instalments checking progress at 16 weeks interval.
8. Chick cost will be subsidized @ Rs.30/- per 4 weeks old chick as grant from Govt. Of India for initial 3 batches only.
9. The support services like vaccination and health care will be ensured by the Departmental staff for backyard poultry units.
10. Poultry help-line for the benefit of beneficiaries of Backyard poultry units will be established at Block, Sub-Division and District level with Phone / Mobile numbers.
MOTHER UNITS (Chick Rearing Unit):
Day old chicks will be reared up to 4 weeks for supply to backyard poultry units. This will be in deep litter system by providing heat under brooder. These Mother Units or Chick Rearing units will be set up by suitable NGOs / SHGs or any other interested farmers.
1. Mother Unit will be of 1500 chicks capacity / batch and with a minimum of 9 cycles per calendar year.
2. Each Mother unit will cater 300 beneficiaries per year.
3. Unit cost for each Mother unit is around Rs.1,56,000/-.
4. There will be fixed cost subsidy of Rs.20,000/- per Mother Unit as grant from Govt. Of India.
5. There will be interest free loan of Rs.36,000/- per Mother Unit through NABARD.
6. Remaining Unit cost will be met from Bank loan / own finance by the entrepreneur or both by own finance along with bank loan.
7. Rearing Group members of Mother Units will be provided with technical knowledge and skill up gradation training at the state Poultry Farms.
8. They will be provided with good quality day old chicks from Govt. hatchery / SGSY hatcheries.
9. They will be provided with immediate technical back up by field Veterinarians of the concerned area.
10. The sale price of chick for the Mother units will be fixed by district monitoring committee.
11. The concerned District Administration will take care for the sale of 4 weeks old chicks reared at the Mother Units to the beneficiaries of backyard poultry units.
12. At no time there will be hurdling to chicks in the Mother units due to search of sale.
The Chief District Veterinary Officer, Angul.
Sub:- Application for Chick Mother Unit.
(Through the Additional Vety. Assistant Surgeon, .......................................... Block)
With due respect and humble submission I Sri.............................................. put forth my application for Chick Mother Unit Scheme of your department. I am enclosing my biodata for the said scheme as in the proforma below.
Therefore I request my case may be considered for the same scheme. I DO UNDERTAKE TO ABIDE BY THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE SCHEME. Yours faithfully,
Date: (Full Signature of the Candidate)
12. CALF REARING PROJECT (CRP)
The project of “Genetic upgradation of Cattle & female crossbred calf rearing” under RKVY has been taken up by F&ARD Department, in a massive scale to enhance the milk production in the state. The scheme will be implemented for 5 years. The farmers who are not able to afford the feed of calf are to be supported with cattle feeds for 2 years to ensure success of Artificial Insemination programme.
1. The primary object of this project is to upgrade Non- Descriptive cows in order to increase milk production.
2. As per the scheme a female calf is to be reared up to 28 months starting from 4 to 6 month of age and the maximum subsidy admissible during this period is Rs 8150.00 (Rupees Eight Thousand One Hundred and Fifty only)
3. While selecting a calf all crossbred female calf born out of Non- Descriptive cows through Artificial Insemination are to be covered.
4. As regarding cross bred calf born out of crossbred cows, only one calf per farmer will be covered.
5. The total quantity of feed per calf from 4th to 28th months comes out to be 1360m Kgs out of which subsidy varies from 615 Kgs to 680 Kgs as per age of the calf. Rest amount of feed are to be purchased by the farmer.
6. The scheme will be implemented by the Milk Producers’ Co-operative Societies (MPCS) in association with local functionaries of the Directorate of A.H & V.S. wherever MPCS are functioning and by local functionaries of the Directorate of A.H & V.S where MPCS are not there.
N.B.:- For more information Vety. Assistant Surgeons/ Additional Vety. Assistant Surgeons at block level and Chief-District Veterinary Officer, Angul at district level may be contacted.
PROCEDURE FOR AVAILING KSK LOAN
1. Sakshatkar Form (in Odiya) – Preliminary step.
2. Enclosures required:
a) Voter I. card – Xerox
b) Land Record ( Patta)- Xerox
c) Affidavit in favour of authenticity against land Record – Xerox
d) Qualification - Xerox
3. Feasibility report of line department.
4. If feasible – Purchase promoters profile , Cost of format Rs100.00/-
(Receipt to be submitted along with project/scheme report.)
4. Submission of project report as per NABARD guideline.
5. Sponsoring of application to the financing estimate.
6. Execution of project by the beneficiary.
7. Completion report by the beneficiary in the prescribed format to be submitted to the concerned K.S.K. (D.A.O)
8. Forwarding of completion report by the K.S.K. to the financing institution for evaluation (Loan purpose). For self financing cases the evaluation will be made by the concerned line department.
9. Joint verification for the purpose of claiming of subsidy form APICOL.
10. Approval of the Project / scheme by the DLC ( District Level Committee) for amount below Rs. 25 Lakhs under the chairmanship of Collector & District Magistrate- cum- Chairman, K.S.K. and for amount above Rs 25 Lakhs approval is to be done by the SLC
(State Level Committee) under the chairmanship of Commissioner-cum- Secretary, FARD Department, Government of Orissa.
11. Sending of subsidy proposal by K.S.K to APICOL.
12. Release of subsidy by APICOL.
N.B.:- For more information Chief-District Veterinary Officer, Angul and District Agriculture Officer, Angul may be contacted.
Grievance day Every Working Saturday 3 PM to 5 PM
Venue O/O Chief District Veterinary Officer
At – Hemsurpara
Dist – Angul
Pin – 759122
Telephone No. 06764- 230002
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