Kano Dairy, Outspan, Inseminate 100 cows


By Ibrahim Shuaibu

The Kano Dairy Cooperative Union (KDCU), in collaboration with Outspan Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of the OLAM Nigeria Limited, has launched synthetic insemination for 100 cows in Kano Insist.

The Olam Regional Manager, Manish Khede, acknowledged the programme was as soon as fragment of the company’s corporate social responsibility.

Khede acknowledged that Nigeria required at the least 1.7 million litres of milk every twelve months to successfully handle its milk consumption requirement, of which most inviting 30 p.c of the indispensable amount is being produced domestically.

He illustrious that the insemination programme would support to enhance dairy and cattle manufacturing in the declare and the country at huge.

The regional supervisor added that the company would furthermore embark on grass manufacturing to reduction farmers with animal feeds, adding that the company would present the synthetic insemination service freed from rate to the entire animal farmers.

Khede revealed that the organisation is furthermore into rice manufacturing in some states to enhance agricultural productivity and snort meals security in the country.

“The Olams Limited is into social responsibility programmes in varied agricultural sectors collectively with bettering milk manufacturing.

“We furthermore promote national meals security, pattern of industries and bettering animal rearing as successfully as milk manufacturing in the country,” he acknowledged.

The insemination, which was as soon as freed from rate, took build at Yar Kanya village in Dawakin-Tofa Local Govt Apartment (D-TLGA) of Kano Insist.

The Assistant Director, Farm animals, Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Mr. Bashir Muhammad Danjanku, urged the folk to retract factual obliging thing relating to the pretty about a interventions equipped by the authorities by technique of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Danjanku pledged that the federal authorities would present “sufficient feeds for the cows in the house one day of the insemination” to discourage herders from real circulation with cattle.

The Chairman of D-TLGA, Mr. Ado Tambai, who was as soon as represented by a Councilor, Hon. Abdullahi Isyaku, applauded the company’s insemination exercise.

Tambai urged the beneficiaries to retract correct care of the animals by giving them sufficient meals. “We are going to proceed to be a part of hands with varied organisations to enhance dairy and cattle manufacturing in Kano,” he acknowledged.

Representative of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Ms. Bilkisu Wali, acknowledged that the CBN would proceed to augment farmers to raise agricultural productivity in the country.