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Volodymyr Andriets
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Association of Milk Producers

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Introduction of new technologies, improvement of productivity and quality of livestock products in Ukraine

Consultancy Center of AMP within the USAID Agricultural and Rural Development Program (AGRO) reminds about the implementation of the Project "Introduction of new technologies, improvement of productivity and quality of livestock products in Ukraine".

The project aims to study the needs of agricultural producers with the subsequent development of support tools to improve production efficiency and quality of livestock products, the development of value chains, the introduction of SMART-technologies and best practices.

We invite managers and specialists of farms and private farms engaged in the production of milk and dairy products, meat (pig, goat, sheep and cattle) to participate in a series of online webinars, which will take place during January-March 2021.

The project involves a segmented series of training seminars, trainings and demonstrations with an in-depth study of the technological and production aspects of animal husbandry and the possibility of individual consultations of leading experts in the field.

Experts:

Mykola Pryimak is a practicing veterinarian, consultant in goat breeding.

Tetiana Chornozub is an independent scientific consultant on pig reproduction and andrology.

Vitalii Zakharchenko is a candidate of veterinary sciences, a leading consultant in the field of dairy farming, an expert in veterinary medicine at the CC AMP.

Micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises engaged in the production of milk and dairy products, meat, which are located in 8 target regions of the project, namely: Mykolaiv, Kherson, Odessa, Zaporizhia, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Poltava and Cherkasy regions, will be able to receive free consultations.

Dairy and meat cattle breeding

15.01 - "The work of MMCP in the face of epidemiological threats"

05.02 - "The work of dairy farms in a weekly rhythm"

19.02 - "Ensuring the quality of milk production (prevention of mastitis, technology

milking, cooling rate) "

Swine breeding

26.01- "Success of the start of piglets"

12.02 - "Effective fattening of pigs"

Goat breeding and sheep breeding

29.01- "Cheese-making: sales and management of goat and sheep products"

26.02 - "Rations and specifics of feeding small cattle"

Participation is free subject to prior registration:

at the link: https://forms.gle/s53J7DwJjGVMjDVQ6

or by phone: 067 445 2488, Varych Alina