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Peru: Construction of two breeding alpaca production centers begins

Camel Meat
Meat
Peru
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 24, 2024

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The Regional Government of Puno, led by Richard Hancco Soncco, has initiated the construction of two Alpaca Reproductive Production Centers (CPR) in the provinces of Azángaro and San Antonio de Putina, investing over S/33 million. Located in the peasant communities of Toma and Cambria, these centers aim to enhance the life quality of the alpaca sector and improve the genetic quality of alpacas across 12 provinces of Puno. The project, part of the Special South American Camelids Project (Pecsa), has garnered support from local authorities and the public.
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The Regional Government of Puno, through the Special South American Camelids Project (Pecsa), has begun the construction of two Alpaca Reproductive Production Centers (CPR) in the provinces of Azángaro and San Antonio de Putina. One of the CPR is located in the peasant community of Toma, in the province of Azángaro, and the other in the peasant community of Cambria, in the province of San Antonio de Putina. The president of the regional council, Wido Condori Castillo, pointed out that “these CPRs will improve the quality of life of the alpaca sector” and urged the residents of each project to comply with the established deadlines, respecting the proper use of state resources. For his part, the executive director of Pecsa stated that the camelid genetic improvement project will benefit alpaca farmers in 12 provinces of Puno. Also present at the beginning of the works were the regional councilor for the province of San Antonio de Putina, Jaime Chanel Perlas Hancco; as well as the ...
Source: AgroPeru
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