KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA MURSHIDABAD
কৃষি বিজ্ঞান কেন্দ্র মুর্শিদাবাদ

West Bengal University of Animal & Fishery Sciences
Milebasa(Digha), Kalukhali, Bhagwangola-I
Pin-742135

Animal Training Programme

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMMES: (Disipline Wise)

3. Training Programme to be Organized (April- 2017 to March- 2018)

 (A)   TRAINING PROGRAMME OF PRATICING FARMERS AND FARMWOMEN:

                                                            Animal sciences

Poultry Management

1st  Quarter

April, 2017

Production of Azolla substitute feed for livestock

  1. To improve milk yield
  2. To minimize the cost of concentrate feed

OFF

1

1

30

30

2

12

0

4

2

10

4

26

30

Management of goat

1st  Quarter

April, 2017

Black Bengal goat rearing and its feeding & health care management

To supplement farmers’ practices with scientific management quality

OFF

1

1

30

30

6

1

1

0

18

4

25

5

30

Management of cattle

1st  Quarter

May, 2017

Formulation of low cost feed for lactating animals

To improve milk yield by proper feeding management and  by developing farmers’ skill

ON

1

2

30

60

12

4

3

1

8

2

23

7

30

Disease Management

1st  Quarter

May, 2017

PPR in goat and its preventive as well as control measures

1To impart knowledge on different symptoms of PPR

2To impart knowledge on preventive and control measure

OFF

1

1

30

30

2

12

0

4

2

10

4

26

30

Management of goat

1st  Quarter

June, 2017

Use of probiotics supplementation in dairy animals

  1. To improve feed intake
  2. To maintain good health

ON

1

2

30

60

3

0

0

0

27

0

30

0

30

Disease Management

1st  Quarter

June, 2017

Prevention & Control of Commonly occurring diseases in cattle

To identify and to take preventive measures on commonly occurring cattle disease

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

14

2

26

4

30

Feed Management

2nd Quarter

July, 2017

Enrichment of straw

1.To know the importance of straw enrichment

2.To develop skill on the method of straw enrichment

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

10

6

22

8

30

Feed & fodder

2nd Quarter

July, 2017

Fodder cultivation and preparation of hay for small ruminant mainly

  1. To know the different types of fodder, cultural practices and their importance during dry period

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Production of Quality Animal Product

2nd Quarter

Aug, 2017

Clean milk production

1.To know the importance of straw enrichment

2.To develop skill on the method of straw enrichment

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

14

2

26

4

30

Disease Management

2nd Quarter

Aug, 2017

Use of probiotics supplementation in dairy animals

  1. To improve feed intake
  2. To maintain good health

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

14

2

26

4

30

Feed Management

2nd  Quarter

Sep, 2017

Care and management of Mastitis in dairy animals

  1. To know the causes of diseases
  2. To know primary treatment of that diseases

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

10

6

22

8

30

Feed Management

2nd  Quarter

Sep, 2017

Enrichment of straw

1To know the importance of straw enrichment

2To develop skill on the method of straw enrichment

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

10

6

22

8

30

Feed & fodder

3rd  Quarter

Oct, 2017

Fodder cultivation and preparation of hay for small ruminant mainly

  1. To know the different types of fodder, cultural practices and their importance during dry period

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Poultry Management

3rd  Quarter

Oct, 2017

Production of Azolla substitute feed for livestock

  1. To improve milk yield
  2. To minimize the cost of concentrate feed

OFF

1

1

30

30

2

12

0

4

2

10

4

26

30

Poultry management

3rd  Quarter

Nov, 2017

Care and management of metabolic disorder in dairy animals

  1. To know the diseases of diff diseases
  2. To know primary treatment of metabolic diseases

ON

1

2

30

60

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Feed Management

3rd  Quarter

Nov, 2017

Backyard poultry

and its potentials

and management

practices

1.To develop the scientific knowledge among the farmers and to augment their rearing skills

2.To develop the knowledge of the farmers towards feeding practices of poultry

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

10

6

22

8

30

Health & disease Management

3rd Quarter

Dec, 2017

Importance of Mineral mixture in dairy animals

1. to increase yield of dairy cow

2.to improve milk quality

3. to minimize dry period of dairy cow

ON

1

2

30

60

5

7

0

0

15

3

20

10

30

Management of goat

3rd Quarter

Dec, 2017

Black Bengal goat rearing and its feeding & health care management

To supplement farmers’ practices with scientific management quality

OFF

1

1

30

30

6

1

1

0

18

4

25

5

30

Feeding Management

4th  Quarter

Jan, 2018

Low cost feed formulation of poultry

1. To know the different feed ingredients and their use as ruminant feed.

2. To know the method of balanced feed formulation

OFF

1

1

30

30

7

0

0

0

23

0

30

0

30

Poultry Management

4th  Quarter

Jan, 2018

Prospect of Khaki Campbell duck rearing

To grow interest among the farmers in adoption of Khaki Campbell  rearing

OFF

1

1

30

30

2

12

0

4

2

10

4

26

30

Production of Quality Animal Product

4th  Quarter

Feb, 2018

Clean milk production

1.To know the importance of straw enrichment

2.To develop skill on the method of straw enrichment

OFF

1

1

30

30

12

2

0

0

14

2

26

4

30

Feed & fodder

4th  Quarter

Feb, 2018

Fodder cultivation and preparation of hay for small ruminant mainly

  1. To know the different types of fodder, cultural practices and their importance during dry period

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Feeding Management

4th  Quarter

Mar, 2018

Feeding management of  calves

To improve feeding management skills among the farmers

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Feeding Management

4th  Quarter

Mar, 2018

Low cost feed formulation of poultry

1. To know the different feed ingredients and their use as ruminant feed.

2. To know the method of balanced feed formulation

OFF

1

1

30

30

7

0

0

0

23

0

30

0

30

TRAINING PROGRAMME of FARMERS AND FARM WOMEN:

(B) Rural Youth:

Animal Science

Poultry management

2nd  Quarter

July, 2017

Importance of Broiler farming

1.scientific knowledge on poultry farming

2.scientific knowledge of  management and disease control of poultry

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Scientific goat farming

2nd  Quarter

July 2017

Bengal Goat Farming

1.scientific knowledge on goat farming

2.scientific knowledge of  management and disease control of goat

ON

1

4

30

120

12

2

1

0

10

5

23

7

30

Health & disease Management

2nd  Quarter

August, 2017

Identification & control of common diseases in goat

1. To know the different causes & symptoms of diseases in sheep & goat.

2. To know the preventive measures of diseases in sheep & goat deworming protocal.

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

Poultry rearing

2nd  Quarter

August, 2017

Broiler poultry Farming

To learn improved management practices on poultry farming

ON

1

4

30

120

4

0

1

0

20

5

25

5

30

Feed & fodder

4th Quarter

Feb, 2018

Fodder cultivation and preparation of hay for small ruminant mainly

  1. To know the different types of fodder, cultural practices and their importance during dry period

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

c) Extension functionaries:

Animal Science

Disease management

2nd Quarter

July, 2017

Training of Veterinary   practitioners & prani-bandhu

Extension personnel will develop knowledge and skill regarding AI including diff diseases of livestock

ON

1

1

30

30

11

0

5

0

14

0

30

0

30

Disease management

3rd  Quarter

Aug,

2017

Training of prani-mitra & progressive farm owner

Extension personnel will develop knowledge and skill regarding diff vaccines and immunization programme of livestock

ON

1

1

30

30

11

0

5

0

14

0

30

0

30

(D) Sponsored Training:

Animal Science

Thematic

Area

Quarter/

Month/

Year

Course

title

Course

objective(s)

Venue

Off/on

NO. Of courses

Duration

No. of

Trainees per

Course

Total
trainee days

Poultry

farming

1st 

Quarter

April,

2017

Backyard 

Poultry

Farming

To develop

the knowledge

on Backyard

Poultry Farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Goatery

farming

2nd 

Quarter

May,

2017

Goat

farming

To develop the knowledge on Goat farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Dairy

Farming

2nd 

Quarter

May,

2017

Dairy

Farming

To develop the knowledge on Dairy Farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Duckery

farming

2nd 

Quarter

July

2017

Duckery

farming

To develop the knowledge on Duckery farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Poultry

farming

2nd 

Quarter

July

2017

Broiler

poultry

farming

To develop the knowledge on Broiler poultry farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Goatery

farming

2nd 

Quarter August,

2017

Goat

farming

To develop the knowledge on Goat farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Dairy

Farming

2nd

Quarter

Oct.,

2017

Dairy

Farming

To develop the knowledge on Dairy Farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Poultry

farming

4th 

Quarter

Feb,

2018

Poultry

Farming

To develop the knowledge on Poultry Farming

ON

1

4

20

80

Participants / trainees (number)

Thematic Area

SC ST Others Total
M W M W M W M W T

Poultry Farming

5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20

Goatery Farming

5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20

Dairy Farming

5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20

Duckery Farming

5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20

Poultry Farming

5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20
Goatery Farming 5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20
Dairy Farming 5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20
Poultry Farming 5 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 20

(E) Vocational Training:

Animal Science

Thematic Area

Quarter/

Month/

Year

Course title

Course objective(s)

Venue

Off/on

NO. Of courses

Duration

No. of

Trainees per

Course

Total
trainee days

Dairy Farming

3rd

Quarter

Oct., 2017

Dairy Farming

Scientific knowledge on dairy cow about its production, management and disease control

ON

1

4

30

120

Participants / trainees (number)

Thematic Area

SC ST Others Total
M W M W M W M W T

Poultry Farming

7 0 1 0 22 0 30 0 30

(F) Need Based Skilled Development Training:

Animal Science

Farming of Poultry

1st  Quarter

April, 2017

Duck farming

& procedure for hatching duckling

Women empowerment : Scientific duck farming in backyard system

ON

1

4

30

120

3

0

0

0

27

0

30

0

30

Dairy Farming

2nd  Quarter

May, 2017

Dairy Farming

Scientific knowledge on dairy cow about its production, management and disease control

ON

1

4

30

120

12

2

1

0

10

5

23

7

30

Management of goat

2nd  Quarter

Aug, 2017

Black Bengal goat rearing and its feeding & health care management

To supplement farmers’ practices with scientific management quality

OFF

1

1

30

30

6

1

1

0

18

4

25

5

30

Farming of Poultry

4th  Quarter

Feb, 2018

Poultry arming

To learn improved management practices of broiler

OFF

1

1

30

30

9

0

9

0

12

0

30

0

30

 

FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION ON THER THAN OILSEEDS & PULSES:

Animal Science

Qtr.

No.  & Month

Farming

situation

and purpose

Crop/

Enterprise

No. of Unit

Area

(ha)/

No

Critical inputs

Total

Cost

(Rs)

Farmer’s contribution (Rs)

KVK’s contribution Critical input

(Rs)

Total KVK contribution including extension activities

(Rs)

Round the year,

2017-18

(KVK)

Free range grazing of Bengal Goat without any concentrate & no artificial feeding during shortage of mother’s milk to reduce the mortality rate of kids, For reducing kid mortality

Goat kid

10

farmers

20

kids

Artificial feeding of goat kids

(milk replcer)

15000

Feed+

Medicine + manpower

14000

15000

Qtr.

No.  & Month

Thematic area

Farming

 situation

and purpose

Crop/

Enterprise

No. of Unit

Area

(ha)/

No

Critical inputs

Farmer’s contribution (Rs)

KVK’s contribution for  Critical input

(Rs)

Extension activities

(Rs)

Kharif

2017

(KVK)

fodder production through Improved agronomic practice

Irrigated Medium

 land,

For better Nutritional Management in higher variety of leguminous & non-leguminus fodder which enhance production of Ruminants

Maize + Rice bean

15

0.5 ha

Seed, Fertilizer

(full package)

Labour, Irrigation, Farm yield manure (FYM)

8000

1000

Qtr.

No.  & Month

Farming

situation

and purpose

Crop/

Enterprise

No. of Unit

Area

(ha)/

No

Critical inputs

Total

Cost

(Rs)

Farmer’s contribution (Rs)

KVK’s contribution Critical input

(Rs)

Total KVK contribution including extension activities

(Rs)

Round the year,

2017-18

(TSP)

Free range pig farming with Ghoongroo pig breed in Tribal people, For improvement of Breed

Pig

8

Farmers

8

Pigs

Ghoongroo pig

20000.00

Feed+ Vaccine+

Medicine

20000

20,000

Qtr.

No.  & Month

Farming

situation

and purpose

Crop/

Enterprise

No. of Unit

Area

(ha)/

No

Critical inputs

Total

Cost

(Rs)

Farmer’s contribution (Rs)

KVK’s contribution Critical input

(Rs)

Total KVK contribution including extension activities

(Rs)

Round the year,

2017-18

(KVK)

Handmade concentrate feeding without any mineral mixture & probiotics, For enhancing productivity

Dairy cow

10

farmers

10 cow

mineral mixture fortified with probiotics

12000

Feed+

Vaccine + manpower

12000

13000

Qtr.

No.  & Month

Thematic area

Farming

 situation

and purpose

Crop/

Enterprise

No. of Unit

Area

(ha)/

No

Critical inputs

Farmer’s contribution (Rs)

KVK’s contribution for  Critical input

(Rs)

Extension activities

(Rs)

Kharif

2017

(KVK)

Low productivity of farm animal due to scarcity of green fodder

Irrigated Medium

 land,

For better Nutritional Management in higher variety of greens which enhance production of Ruminants

Rice Bean

16

0.5 ha

Seed, Fertilizer

(full package)

Labour, Irrigation, Farm yield manure (FYM)

7000

1000

Qtr.

No.  & Month

Farming

 situation

and purpose

Crop/

Enterprise

No. of Unit

Area

(ha)/

No

Critical inputs

Total

Cost

(Rs)

Farmer’s contribution (Rs)

KVK’s contribution Critical input

(Rs)

Total KVK contribution including extension activities

(Rs)

Round the year,

2017-18

(TSP)

Rearing of desi duck (8-12 nos) under free range system, For improvement of Breed

Layer breed of Duck

22 farmers

393

Duckling

(17X22)

(Including transport loss up to 5%)

Indian Runner/Khaki Campbell

20000.00

Feed + Vaccine + Medicine

19700

20000

9. On-Farm TESTING to be conducted:

ON-FARM TESTING-I

1

Title of On farm Trial

Assessment of Efficiency of Locally Made Low Cost Brooders for Brooding of backyard Chicks (Vanaraja)

2

Problem diagnose

No provision artificial heat to the backyard birds (RIR) to adjust their body temperature with the environmental temperature during early stage of life

3

Technologies to be assessed

Farmers’ practice:  without any brooders

 Technology 1: locally made brooders with sawdust

Technology 2: locally made brooders with charcoal

Technology 3: Medium size readymade hurricane as brooder

4

Source of technology

Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences

5

Production system and thematic area

Backyard poultry production in small scale, Thematic Area – Poultry Management

6

Critical inputs

Locally Made Low Cost Brooders with day old Vanaraja chicks

7

Unit size

10 nos.

8

No. of replication

10 nos (10 farmers/treatment X 4 treatment X I brooder/25 chicks)

9

Unit cost

4900.00

10

Total cost

19600.00 (including extension activity)

11

Monitoring indicators

► initial wt. of chick ► final wt at 4 week of age ► wt gain ► feed intake ► FCR ►  livability ►  BCR

ON-FARM TESTING-II

Title

:

Assessment of feeding of concentrate feed & mineral mixture on kid birth wt, mother milk production & kid Survivality % in Bengal goat

Problem definition

:

Low production & profitability from Bengal goat due to kid mortality

Production System

:

Free range Goatery farming

Micro farming system

:

House hold farming with 2-3 bengal does

Technologies to be assessed

:

                                                          Farmers’ practice:  Free range grazing without concentrate feed

                                         Technology 1 to be assessed: Concentrate feed + Free range grazing

Technology 2 to be assessed: Concentrate feed + mineral mixture  + Free range grazing

Source of technology

:

TANUVAS

Critical inputs

:

Concentrate feed and mineral mixture for 3-4 months (1 month before parturition & 2-3 months after parturition)

Unit size

:

14  nos

No. of replication

:

14  nos (7 farmers/treatment X 3 treatment X 2 does/farmer)

Unit cost

:

Rs. 476.00

Total cost

:

Rs. 20000.00 (including Extension Activity)

Monitoring indicators

:

► birth wt of kid ► mother milk production ► kid Survivality % ►net return