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The North Eastern Region (NER) of India is commonly known as the “Land of Seven Sisters”. Arunachal Pradesh is one of the seven sister states and is known for its biodiversity and is the home to wildlife sanctuary Namdhapha. You will be surprised to know that Arunachal Pradesh is the first to see the sunrise of the day! Agriculture is the primary contributor to the state’s economy, cattle, poultry, fish, and livestock industries also contribute equally and play a significant role in the livelihoods of the local population. Here, in Arunachal Pradesh, livestock is considered to be so much so integral part of the local and tribal population, that it reflects their status, culture, and tradition. In this region, livestock and poultry are considered to be sources of income especially when calamities hit the area.
Though quite old data, according to livestock census report published in 2019, Arunachal Pradesh had a total livestock population of 8.63 lakh, which included 2.67 lakh cattle, 1.54 lakh buffaloes, 1.34 lakh pigs, 1.06 lakh goats, 0.76 lakh sheep, and 0.04 lakh horses and ponies. Combining backyard and commercial poultry, the poultry population was recorded as 16.64 lakh, which included 11.85 lakh backyard poultry and 4.79 lakh commercial poultry.
In Arunachal Pradesh, the cattle industry is one of the major contributors to the state’s economy and agricultural sector. Mithun and Chungrung are considered to be the most blessed, sacred animals in Arunachal Pradesh.
Mithun contributes to the socio-economic and cultural development and the primary purpose of rearing Mithuns is to produce meat, milk, and leather. The average milk production in Arunachal Pradesh is around 46000 tons (as per the report published in 2022) which is considered to be the lowest milk-producing state in India. Schemes like the National Program for Bovine Breeding and Dairy Development (NPBBDD) are implemented by the Government to improve the health, quality, well-being, and productivity of dairy cattle in the state.
The local population practices backyard poultry farming in Arunachal Pradesh and is one of the traditional practices also. To promote the poultry industry, schemes like the Integrated Poultry Development Program (IPDP) are being implemented by the Government which aims to provide help for setting up small poultry units.
Though the concrete data is not available for the production of eggs in Arunachal Pradesh, it is trying to attain self-sufficiency in egg production. Of course, apart from local training, awareness programs, and schemes, the introduction of improved and better poultry breeds as well as better management practices are part of the government’s strategy to enhance the poultry sector.
Arunachal Pradesh shares its borders with Assam and Nagaland on the South side, with Bhutan on the West, Myanmar on the East, and a disputed border with China on the North side. Thus, with no coastal line region in Arunachal Pradesh, it is completely dependent on its rivers for fish production. Currently, traditional fish farming is preferred and practiced in the state. However, there is a growing shift towards commercial aquaculture practices because of various schemes like the Blue Revolution initiative launched by the government to promote sustainable aquaculture. These schemes provide financial assistance for setting up fish ponds, procurement of quality fish seeds, and training in modern aquaculture practices.
Goats, sheep, pigs, and yaks contribute to the livestock industry in Arunachal Pradesh. Goats and pigs are particularly important as they provide meat and a source of income for many households. Goat and sheep farming is being promoted through schemes like the Rashtriya Gokul Mission. This scheme aims to conserve and develop indigenous breeds. Pig farming is being promoted through schemes like the National Livestock Mission (NLM), which provides support for infrastructure development, breeding, and healthcare to improve the well-being and productivity of pigs.
Having a Healthy and Productive Cattle, Poultry, Fish, and Livestock
The inclusion of cattle feed supplements in the regular feed of cattle, poultry, fish, pigs, goats, and livestock is important for improving health and productivity. It is important to note, that due to the hilly terrain and climatic conditions, the availability of quality fodder is limited. Thus, feed supplements are necessary and are part of the regular diet of the livestock in Arunachal Pradesh.
Cattle, fish, poultry, and livestock are the backbone of the State’s economy, there is increased demand for animal feed supplements leading to its exponential growth. Feed supplements when added to regular feed provide better nutritional efficiency, increase productivity, enhance reproduction output and its quality, and boost immunity in the livestock. Many of the locals are now inclined to earn and flourish through cattle feed manufacturing business and also manufacturing need-based products as per the demand and requirement in the market. Setting up a manufacturing unit for cattle feed supplements, for veterinary pharma products is a capital-intensive project. It is always advisable to look forward to a third-party manufacturing facility for pharma products, especially if you are a startup or if you are planning to expand your existing business in this field. Third-party pharma manufacturing can also benefit you through lesser liability for fulfilling all the quality, safety, health, and hygiene requirements. Refit Animal Care provides third-party pharma manufacturing facilities with quality, cost-effective, ready-to-use products having private labeling and packaging. Contact +91 8725942559 to avail most-in-demand third-party manufacturing services to grow your business, both nationally and internationally.