Principal Secretary Livestock U.P. On the instructions of the government, the joint director inspected the arrangements with CVOs after inspecting the cowsheds. Principal Secretary Livestock U.P. On the instructions of the government, Dr. Virendra Singh, Joint Director, inspected terrestrial arrangements of the cow and protected the cow from the Goashriya site Rasulpur Tajpur, Nada Wajidpur (Lodha) Veerpura, Ogar Raju (Chandaus) with Chief Veterinarian Dr. KP Varshney. Availability seen. At the Grand Cow Conservation Center, Nagla Ogar Raju Chandaus, a total of 448 bovines have been shed, 04 sheds around which plastic triplans have been kept, and 700 quintals of dry fodder are stored. Varsim’s green fodder grown on an acre is being fed to the animals. Arrangement of drinking water by a solar power pump from solar power panel has been made in 03 basins. The male cow dynasty (bull) is kept in a separate compound and given four steps.
Varsim’s green fodder grown on an acre is being fed to the animals.
04 workers have been kept for the maintenance and fodder of animals and cleaning and a night watchman. There are 246 total preserved cows in the Veerpura Chandaus, a destitute Goasray. Dry paddy starch kutti is about 250 kg. Is stored. There is proper management of the water, but due to the heir’s water being filled up near the gate of the Gaushala premises in the past, there is mud. Jute sacks are hung in half a shed, which is insufficient to prevent the cow from cold. The village head present on the spot immediately asked for a large Tripal of plastic and was made to make complete arrangements today. The destitute cow shelter place Tajpur Rasulpur Lodha Total 12 animals, about 5 quintals dry and 2 quintal pea green fodder was present at the shelter site. The shed has been covered with plastic triples from all around to protect the cow from cold. Clean water was filled in the water basin. The cow dung was collected at one corner and the Panchayat Secretary was apprised to arrange for the composting of cow dung.