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This website has been developed to provide information and outcomes relating to this project for researchers, students, agricultural agencies, NGO's, and other collaborators and stakeholders involved in Cambodia's developing agriculture and livestock industries. Village producers own the majority of large ruminant livestock in Cambodia. There is an opportunity to increase cattle production and address rural poverty. However, common diseases such as Hemorrhagic Septicemia, Foot-and -mouth disease, blackleg and parasites plus poor nutrition limit production income, breeding and general husbandry and livestock management practices. This project aims to improve profitability of large ruminant production by smallholders. Working at six project sites consisting of three sets of "matched" villages; the project team has an opportunity to compare the effects of introducing a "best practice" health and production package. A large number of training workshops, as well multiple secondary research projects have been conducted. This website aims to provide a source of information and outcomes delivered by this project, as well as link to other collaborating projects and information applicable to the primary objectives.
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On 8 and 9 August 2015, project farmers gathered to attend training on establishing forage plots and growing forages in Siem Reap province. The training was conducted by Mr Sau Vitou, Vice Director, Animal Production and Research Institute and project team member, in Tbeng Lech village and Por village on the importance of forages, land preparation, cultivation techniques and harvesting. Three seed varieties have been introduced: Mulato 2, Ubon Stylo and Mombasa Guinea.


 




 


On 3rd August 2015, project farmers gathered to attend training on establishing forage plots and growing forages. The training was conducted by DAHP and provincial project staff in Sar Sar Pok village and Prey Toh Teng  1 and 2 villages, Battambang province. The training included the importance of forages, land preparation, cultivation techniques and harvesting. Three seed varieties have been introduced: Mulato 2, Ubon Stylo and Mombasa Guinea.




On 31st July 2015, project farmers in Takeo province gathered to attend training on establishing forage plots and growing forages. The training was conducted by DAHP and provincial project staff in Sen Ouk village, Takeo province. The training included the importance of forages, land preparation, cultivation techniques and harvesting.Three seed varieties have been introduced: Mulato 2, Ubon Stylo and Mombasa Guinea.

 




On 25th July 2015, project farmers in Kampong Cham and Tbong Khmum provinces gathered to attend training on establishing forage plots and growing forages. The training was conducted by DAHP and provincial project staff and included the importance of forages, land preparation, cultivation techniques and harvesting. Three seed varieties have been introduced: Mulato 2, Ubon Stylo and Mombasa Guinea.







The inception workshop on Village-Based Biosecurity for Livestock Disease Risk Management in Cambodia, ACIAR, AH/2011/014 was conducted on 5 May 2015 at Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel and Residence, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.