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Registration of goat breeders under way

Staff Reporter

DINDIGUL: The Department of Animal Husbandry has started registering the names of sheep and goat breeders to make them members of Goat and Sheep Breeders Welfare Board to enable them to avail themselves of various schemes and benefits offered by the government, according to a release here on Tuesday.

Eligible

Those who have been rearing goats for the past five years are eligible to become a member of the board.

He or she should have completed 18 years of age and should not exceed 65 years.

Moreover, the applicants should not be a member in any other welfare boards. Those interested may approach the officials at the Department of Veterinary Science in Dindigul for further details, the released added.

Established

The State Government had established the Sheep and Goat Breeders Welfare Board recently for the welfare of the shepherds.

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