The clothes that India will give during Prime Minister Prachanda’s visit to India have arrived in Nepal today. Those snakes were brought into Nepal through the Jamunaha crossing in Banke district. According to a statement issued by the Department of Animal Services, the rats brought to Nepal after completing the quarantine process will be managed at the National Animal Breeding Offices located in Lahan, Pokhara, and Gaughat. They will be used for sperm production.
Based on the amount of frozen semen currently being produced by the National Animal Breeding Offices, 15 hens from India will be kept at the National Animal Breeding Office, Pokhara, 5 at the National Animal Breeding Office, Lahan, and 3 at the National Animal Breeding Office, Nepalgunj. It is estimated that the demand for frozen semen in Murra Ranga will double in five years and five times in 10 years.
It is expected to increase the production and productivity of milk and meat through breeding improvement of buffaloes in different parts of the country by increasing the sperm production of Murra Ranga and expanding the area of artificial insemination. The Department of Animal Services expresses its sincere gratitude to all the stakeholders, including the Government of India, for their support in this work, which will prove to be a cornerstone in Nepal’s animal husbandry.