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South Korea: Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province Livestock Technology Research Institute promotes research project with investment of KRW 1.3 billion

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Published Feb 29, 2024

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The Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province Livestock Technology Research Institute in South Korea is launching a research project to boost farm income. The project will focus on the production of Gangwon Korean beef, preservation of genetic resources, and improvement of forage productivity. The institute will invest 900 million won in livestock improvement and securing genetic resources, 300 million won in preserving traditional livestock, and 100 million won in maintaining forage productivity amidst changing climate conditions.
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(Chuncheon = Yonhap News) Reporter Lee Sang-hak = The Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province Livestock Technology Research Institute is carrying out a pilot research project to increase farm income, including production of Gangwon Korean beef guaranteed seed bull, preservation and management of genetic resources, and improvement of forage productivity. First, 900 million won will be invested to improve livestock, including securing excellent genetic resources for Gangwon Korean beef. We plan to build an empirical livestock improvement system to differentiate and characterize the Gangwon Korean beef brand through planned crossbreeding of breeders, selection and testing of contemporary black cattle, selection and semen supply of candidate and guaranteed sires, cow genome analysis, and production and supply of fertilized eggs from high-quality cows. In addition, 300 million won will be spent to systematically preserve and manage traditional livestock (Kudzu Korean beef, traditional ...
Source: Yna
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