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Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Vigyan Kendra (VVK)

Veterinary & Animal Husbandry VIGYAN KENDRA (VVK) start by WARD FOUNDATION and IVSA India in Vidarbha

On the base of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Ward foundation and IVSA India started (VVK) first time in India VVK .VVK (Veterinary & Animal Husbandry VIGYAN KENDRA) only focus on animal husbandry and Veterinary.
Vision

  • Veterinary Vigyan Kendra aims to be the leading animal husbandry technology service provider for the upliftment of the farming community.
  • Veterinary Vigyan Kendra delivers demand driven livestock products & services by qualified professionals
  • To disseminate the technical information through the print and electronic media.
  • Mission

  • Providing protection to livestock and poultry from the ravages of diseases through treatments and preventive vaccinations.
  • Introducing improved breeding techniques for upgrading the local stock.
  • Ensuring better Animal Husbandry practices through adoption of Extension and Research.
  • Encouraging setting of Livestock and Poultry Industries.
  • We have mostly opted for animal husbandry-linked farming in the Vidarbha region. Initially we start Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Information Centre under (VVK) Veterinary & Animal Husbandry VIGYAN KENDRA (VVK) in Nagpur and Amravati head Quarter. Its for to boost animal husbandry practice in Vidarbha which help integrated farming also helps to stop farmer suicide to get side side money by various farming .
    Initially we started to disseminate the technical information through the print and electronic media like leaflets, poster, pamphlets , CD, etc.
    It has also been planned to conduct certificate courses for the benefit farmer in poultry, cattle, dairy, sheep ,goat and fish farms as soon as possible for farmer and training courses for Self help group*(SFH) shortly. We participate in other extension activities such as Kisan melas, study tours, field days by registering.

    Introduction of Fodder Crops

    1. Making of hay & silage
    2. Feed Management for different Animals
    3. Regular supply of green forages

    Disease Management

    1. Introduction of different Diseases
    2. Vaccination Schedule
    3. Control of Diseases

    Poultry Management

    1. Introduction of different Breeds
    2. Feed Management
    3. Vaccination
    4. Management Practices

    Dairy Management / Goat Management

    1. Introduction of different Breeds
    2. Feed Management
    3. Cultivation of fodder crop
    4. Vaccination
    5. Deworming of animals
    6. Value addition Meat product
    7. Management Practices

    Dairy Management

    1. Introduction of milch animal
    2. Feed Management
    3. Cultivation of fodder crop
    4. Vaccination
    5. Deworming of animals
    6. Value addition Meat product
    7. Management Practices

01. Importance of Green fodder

02. Hay making

03. Urea treatment of Hay

04. Balanced concentrate ration

05. Urea Mollasses Mineral Block

06. Scarcity feeding of animals

07. Ectoparasite of animals

08. Endo Parasite - Cattle

09. .Endo Parasite - Poultry

10. Artificial Insemination

11. Retention of Placenta

12. Uterine Torsion

13. Uterine Prolapse

14. Sign of heat in animals

15. Precaution for preventing animals from disease

16. Vaccination Schedule – Cattle

17. Foot and Mouth Disease

18. Hemorrhagic Septicemia

19. Black Quater

20. Mastitis

21. Bird Flu

22. Swine Flu

23. Effect of Pesticides

24. Classification of Chemicals having toxic effects

25. Indigenous Buffalo Breeds

26. Indigenous Cattle Breeds

27. Indigenous Goat Breeds

28. Indigenous Sheep Breeds

29. Breeds of Poultry

30. Importance of Sheep Farming

31. Importance of Goat Farming

32. Poultry farming

33. Rabbit farming

34. Mandate of University

35. Vision of University

36. Activities of Department