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Government Of Assam Chirang District

Animal Husbandry and Veterinary

  • Overview

    Animal husbandry is potentially one of the most important sectors of rapid socio- economic development of the state. Fast growth in this sector is essential not only to achieve higher productivity levels in livestock production but also for increase in rural house hold income. The main objectives of the department at present are to create gainful employment opportunities for unemployed youth and the under privilege of the state. The per capita availability and consumption rates of animal protein for human population of this region also needs to be boost up through successful implementation of different schemes. The govt. Of assam has earmarked five thrust areas in the livestock sector. Out of these five thrust areas, the animal husbandry and veterinary department has taken up the following 3(three) areas while rest two has been undertaken by the dairy development department and assam livestock and poultry development corporation (alpco). Thrust area -i envisages artificial insemination to increase cross-bred cattle population as well as to increase milk production while thrust area -ii for layer poultry farming to increase egg production and thrust area -iii for self-employment opportunities.

    Objective

    To render veterinary services through which the department aimed to reduce the mortality rate among livestock and birds. 

    To increase the production of meat, milk and eggs or in short boost up the protein production for human health. 

    Extension services to provide self-employment opportunities among unemployed youths through different types of farming. Livestock sector, now a day, may be included in "industry network".

    Milk, Meat, Egg. Production (2017-18) as per field report.

    1. Milk production – 31,07,110 Liters.

    * As per 201112 census Total Human population in Chirang District – 4,82,162 Nos.

    * Milk requirement as per ICMR for man 208 ml/day/head on the basis, Milk requirement in Chirang for one year = 3660548 lit.

    Hence shortage (3660548 – 3107110) = 553438 Ltrs.

    2. Meat production – 44,69,738 kg.

    * Meat requirement – 2kg/year/head on the basis, Meat requirement in Chirang for one year = 964324 kg.

    Hence surplus of Meat = (964324 – 4469738) = + 3505414 kg.

    3. Egg production – 22,71,180 Nos.

    Egg requirement = 300 Nos./year/head on the basis Egg requirement in Chirang for one year = 144648600 Nos.

    Hence shortage (2271180 – 144648600) = 142377420 Nos.

    D. Livestock population data (as per L.S. Census 2012)

    Sl. No.

    Species/Bread

    Exotic/Cross Bread

    Indigenous

    Total

    Male

    Female

    Sub- Total

    Male

    Female

    Sub- Total

    1

    Cattle

    295

    1483

    1778

    93085

    1,30,272

    2,23,357

    2,25,135

    2

    Buffalo 

    -

    -

    -

    3528

    3,935

    7,463

    7,463

    3

    Sheep

    2

    7

    19

    5652

    8,242

    13,894

    13,913

    4

    Goat

    -

    -

    -

    29066

    52,628

    81,694

    81,694

    5

    Pig

    12,133

    22,300

    34,433

    4947

    5,305

    10,252

    44,685

    6

    Poultry (Backyeard, Desi & Improoved)

    -

    -

    -

    45877

    75,461

    1,01,545

    2,22,833

    7

    Duck

    -

    -

    -

    20778

    13,054

    6,289

    40,121

    E. Vety. Institution under Chirang Dist. (both Sub-Divn. Names of Sanction post-Man in position-Vacancy)

    Sl. No.

    Name of Institution

    Name of Sanction post

    Man in position

    Vacancy

    1

    Dist. A.H. & Vety. Office, Chirang at Kashikotra

    DVO – 1

    UDA – 1

    LDA – 1

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

    2

    Sub-Divisional A.H. & Vety. Office, Bijni

    SDVO – 1

    UDA – 1

    LDA – 1

    1

    1

    1

    Nil

    3

    Block Vety. Dispy. Sidli, Kashikotra

    BVO – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 1

    1

    2

    1

    Nil

    4

    State Vety. Dispy. Basugaon

    VO – 1

    SVFA – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 2

    1

    -

    2

    2


     

    Vacant - 1

    5

    State Vety. Dispy. Deosri

    VO – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 2

    1

    2

    2

     

    6

    State Vety. Dispy. Bengtol

    VO – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 2

    1

    2

    2

     

    7

    State Vety. Dispy, Ouguri

    VO – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 2

    -

    -

    2

    Vacant – 1

    Vacant – 2

    8

    Block Vety. Dispy. Borobajar

    BVO – 1

    VFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    1

    1

    1

     

    9

    State Vety. Dispy. Borobajar

    VO – 1

    VFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    -

    1

    1

    Vacant – 1

    10

    State Vety. Dispy. Bijni

    VO – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 2

    1

    2

    2

     

    11

    State Vety. Dispy. Chamugaon

    VO – 1

    VFA – 2

    Gr. IV – 2

    1

    1

    2


     

    Vacant - 1

    12

    State Vety. Dispy. Ulubari

    VO – 1

    -

    Vacant – 1

    13

    Animal Health Centre Runikhata

    VFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    1

    1

     

    14

    FAC Kajalgaon

    SVFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    -

    1

    Vacant – 1

    15

    FAC Rawmari

    SVFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    1

    1

     

    16

    FAC Patabari

    SVFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    -

    1

    Vacant – 1

     

    17

    FAC Amguri

    SVFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    -

    1

    Vacant – 1

    18

    FAC Amteka

    SVFA – 1

    Gr. IV – 1

    -

    1

    Vacant – 1

    19

    SMC Dhaligaon

    SM – 1

    1

     

    20

    SMC Champa

    SM – 1

    1

     

    21

    SMC Kodamtoli

    SM – 1

    -

    Vacant - 1