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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.

Angela Zhang  University of Sydney student and Asia-Bound Scholarship recipient
LAngela is a final year honours student from the University of Sydney completing a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience. She is undertaking an honours project to investigate the status of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) in smallholder pig farms and village-based biosecurity practices in Cambodia.


Luisa Olmo
University of Sydney student
  Luisa is a final year honours student from the University of Sydney completing a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience. Her research project aims to investigate and report on cattle reproduction in Cambodia and recommend improvements through enhanced animal health, nutrition and husbandry.


Kathryn (Kate) Owers
University of Sydney student and Asia-Bound Scholarship recipient
Kate is a final year honours student from the University of Sydney completing a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience. Kate is visiting Cambodia to conduct research for her honours project that aims to investigate foot and mouth disease (FMD) reporting within Cambodia and avenues for improvement to benefit smallholder village biosecurity.
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