Just in case you missed recent announcements, here’s a selection of reports on our International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) activities in Asia.
- Based on lessons learned in northeastern India, ILRI published a new set of training manuals for pig farmers aiming to improveg the main gaps in small-scale pig production.
- Together with the Bangladesh Agricultural University and Ministry of Food and Disaster Management, ILRI recommends suitable interventions to reduce the rising exit rate from Bangladesh’s poultry industry.
- ILRI’s Susan MacMillian taps into the work being done by the ILRI-led imGoats project and explores India’s meat, leather and wool industries and their role in reducing poverty levels amongst the country’s many sheep and goat keepers.
- With support from the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, learn first-hand how the an ILRI-implemented National Agricultural Innovation Project is helping grassroots farmers in India move out of poverty.
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