Tag: artificial insemination (AI)

GLDA relaunches AI in small ruminants with the aim of addressing food & nutrition security challenges

GLDA relaunches AI in small ruminants with the aim of addressing food & nutrition security challenges

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 20, 2021

-programme seeking to increase AI offspring by 50% within the next year Today, the Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA) relaunched ... Read More

GLDA’s Genetic Improvement Programme offering exceptional services to farmers across the country – farmers applaud results of AI services

GLDA’s Genetic Improvement Programme offering exceptional services to farmers across the country – farmers applaud results of AI services

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 3, 2018

The Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA), through the successful implementation of its Genetic Improvement Programme, has been making invaluable contributions ... Read More

Ministerial intervention to boost agricultural production in Baracara -fertilizers, chemical and soil analysis part of an assistance program

Ministerial intervention to boost agricultural production in Baracara -fertilizers, chemical and soil analysis part of an assistance program

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 28, 2017

Baracara- a small community located miles up the Canjie River is involved in both cash crop and livestock production. However, ... Read More

GLDA continues to make strides to develop livestock and small ruminant sector  ; imports Tempo Boars, donates 104 more Black Giants to Hinterland Community

GLDA continues to make strides to develop livestock and small ruminant sector ; imports Tempo Boars, donates 104 more Black Giants to Hinterland Community

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 2, 2017

  The Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA), with financial assistance from the Agriculture Sector Development Unit (ASDU), imported two Tempo ... Read More

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