In China, the Livestock Management Bureau of Ningjiang District in Jilin Province is actively promoting the high-quality development of animal husbandry through three key enhancements

Frozen Bone-In Beef
Innovation & Technology
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 30, 2023

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The text outlines three initiatives aimed at improving the beef cattle industry in the region. The first initiative involves supporting and encouraging free-range farmers to transition to larger-scale operations. The second initiative focuses on providing skills training to improve the knowledge and abilities of animal husbandry professionals. The third initiative involves implementing a monitoring plan to ensure the quality and safety of beef products, with regular sampling inspections conducted on farms and households involved in breeding.
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The first is to strengthen beef cattle breeding. Focusing on the "straw to meat" project and the construction project of tens of millions of beef cattle, make full use of provincial, municipal and district beef cattle support policies to ensure the stable development of the region's beef cattle industry. Fully support and guide free-range farmers Transform to large-scale households and expand the large-scale breeding of beef cattle in the region. As of the end of November, the number of beef cattle in the region has grown to 55,000, and 50 new large-scale breeding farms (households) with more than 50 heads have been added (10 households in Xincheng and rural areas, 10 households in Shanyou Town) , 15 households in Bodu Township, 10 households in Dawa Town, and 5 households in Maoduzhan Town). The second is to strengthen skills training. In order to further accelerate the improvement of business knowledge of grassroots animal husbandry talent teams, help farmers form a good ...
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