Myanmar Livestock Industry OverviewBurma Cattle Breeding Overview
Besides domestic consumerism, it is hard to obtain currency from poultry farming. The cost for living chickens on poultry ranches is K 2500-3000 per diss. The cost of poultry with unrooted springs and distant head and feet is only K 1600. Similarly, the cost of chickens and chickens differs from that of the locals, which is why a large number of chickens and chickens are flowing into Myanmar in different ways.
Illegal entry has led to the spread of communicable and communicable disease and price volatility for poultry farmers. The number of pig-milk users in the state is lower than that of poultry users because, from a health and religion point of view, they do not eat it.
This year, the state expects to need 74 tonnes of pigmeat, poultry and beenef. Cows are kept for at least 2 years. Two types of bovine animals and milk cows. Nevertheless, the breed of milk cows has not evolved significantly in the state. As a result, the land was deprived of a lot of money for milk products.
Now the land had bought dairies machinery. There' s only one thing to do. It'?s to breed cows. Although not export as cheese produced cheese, it can conserve currency by reducing the influx of evaporated and powdered curd. It triggers a kind of emotion the minute we listen to the term "cattle".
In Myanmar there are very few meat-eaters. The national population is hesitant to consume cow meat and is friendly to the cow as they are used as pack animals in agriculture. However, nowadays bovine animals are only raised for human consumption. 3. Religiously, bovine husbandry can be seen as an unfriendly way of life.
Several hundred thousand bovine animals are trafficked illegally from the land to other lands, according to unverified reports. Because of the bureaucratic system of traffic, these smuggling operations do not lead to an advantage for the peasants here in the land, but to a great advantage for the traffickers. During the current administration, to be precise, the Ministry of Commerce published a communication on 9 October 2017 authorising the transportation of beef.
Bovine animals may be transported free but are full at illegal retail price, unless there are free domestic malls. So the state must open the livestock trade. When all the bovine animals are unsupervised and sell out, the land is in danger, because it will make the land scarce on beef.
For example, limitations should be imposed, e.g. uncastrated bovine animals should not be allowed to be imported in order not to damage the rising quantities of bovine animals. Worldwide bovine meat intake is very high, in contrast to the custom of Myanmar to eat bovine meat. 0.3 million bovine animals can be sold to neighbouring countries on a systematic basis.
Livestock and goats rearing is a cost-effective operation. Such management can be carried out if sufficient free areas with some vegetation and planting are available for the cattle. A good domestic and international markets for goats and ovine cattle. It' s an interesting issue why livestock has not yet evolved, although there are many possibilities.
There is no suitable country for agriculture (with the exception of some livestock zones). Livestock rearing without the necessary assistance cannot thrive. Depends on the kind of keeping of the cattle. Being crammed into an agricultural area makes it hard to deal with an infectious ailment.
If this happens, the cattle in the farmland become infective. Biosafety can only be guaranteed if the areas under livestock and agriculture can be properly managed. Precipitates from the livestock area can be transported with the lowest cost of transportation to the farmland to be used as fertiliser.
Now, the number of livestock farmers in the region has diminished due to a shortage of sustainability and errors in agronomy. Races of excellence, technologies and funds are important in the promotion of livestock production. It is important to bear in mind that what kind is favourable to Myanmar's climatic conditions and can be disease tolerant in the state.
And we should also be professionals in the field of genetics. In order to prevent pharmaceutical residues in beef, agriculture with the enclosed system has become widespread today. Therefore, FDI has an important part to play in raising funds, technologies and new animal-races. An advanced agricultural system goes hand in hand with FDI, which requires enormous investments in the initial phase but can cut costs in the long term.
The question is whether it is possible for peasants to rival those of overseas buyers in the livestock area. The fear of locals is that they will not be able to rival today's agriculture with overseas investments. Not only should we give precedence in this case to the production of cheaper foods from advanced agriculture with external investments in order to avoid the breakdown of the present livestock population.
One of the answers is to support them in their work with FDI. If FDI occurs, it can also give the opportunity for them to enter the international markets. In addition to agriculture, they can also obtain technologies for use in the treatment of foodstuffs and value-added goods. The fast growth of the livestock breeding industry is a fast gain for providing the population with secure foods at sensible prices, supporting rural growers to earn a higher incomes and supporting the countrys efforts to generate external revenues.