Peru promotes the country's livestock development with the reproduction of 23 thousand bovine offspring through artificial insemination

Published Jun 15, 2024

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The Peruvian government is using reproductive biotechnology, including artificial insemination, to improve livestock production, resulting in the birth of 23,762 cattle. This initiative, led by the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation and the National Institute of Agrarian Innovation (INIA), aims to increase meat and milk production and improve breed quality in favor of small livestock producers. The project has already supported over 1,509 farmers through training and the transfer of high-value semen and embryos. Additionally, the government plans to invest $80 million, in partnership with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), to enhance milk and cheese production to improve nutrition and market conditions.
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Technologies for the country's livestock development! The Government, through the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, announced that as a result of the use of reproductive biotechnology - artificial insemination - the birth of 23,762 cattle was achieved, which will improve meat and milk production in various livestock regions. from the country. The execution of these activities is in charge of the National Institute of Agrarian Innovation (INIA), which through the project “Improvement of the availability of genetic material of bovine cattle with high value at the national level” (PROMEGNACIONAL) seeks to promote livestock activity and with This, the value and marketing chains in favor of thousands of small livestock producers. Due to their high genetic value, the offspring have the particularity of improving the quality of the livestock, which will translate into a greater capacity to produce meat for the gastronomic market, in addition to increasing the production of ...
Source: Agromeat
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