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College of Veterinary Science
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At our college, we are proud to offer a well-functional Livestock Farm Complex (LFC) within our campus premises. This facility serves as an essential component of our animal management practices, providing students and teachers with valuable hands-on experience in the care and handling of both large and small animals, including sheep, goats, pigs, and poultry.

The LFC comprises several units dedicated to dairy, buffalo, sheep, goat, piggery, poultry, and fodder production. These units serve multiple objectives, functioning as instructional farms and maintaining elite flocks of Murrah buffalo, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, and turkeys. Scientific management practices are implemented, focusing on breeding, feeding, and housing to improve the overall productivity and reproductive performance of the animals.

In addition, the LFC includes a dedicated fodder production unit. This unit serves as an instructional farm, focusing on the production of high-quality fodder for livestock feeding. The integration of fodder production within the LFC allows students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the entire livestock farming process.

As part of their curriculum, all students have the opportunity to engage with and receive hands-on training in all constituent units of the LFC. This immersive approach enables them to develop practical skills, learn about various aspects of livestock farming, and gain valuable insights into fodder production.

By providing students with practical exposure to livestock farming and fodder production, our college aims to foster their expertise in animal management and enhance their understanding of the agricultural industry. The LFC serves as a platform for students to apply theoretical knowledge, refine their practical skills, and become well-rounded professionals in the field of livestock farming.