Raising livestock

: Monday - 23/11/2015 22:20  |  Viewed: 146
Six years ago, the pig raising movement in Cam Binh Commune (Cam Xuyen District, Ha Tinh Province) was booming. Environmental pollution caused by livestock waste caused the local authorities to eat sleep is not sad

Reluctantly, the commune People's Council issued a resolution not to raise more than 20 children. However, the tank of biogas appears to have been a catalyst for Cam Binh farmers to increase their economic development. Mr. Nguyen Thien Toan, vice chairman of Cam Binh Commune People's Committee, Cam Binh is the commune has the largest number of small livestock households in Ha Tinh. Livestock is the main source of income for the people (accounting for 70% of the share of agriculture). The livestock movement has grown to the level that Cam Binh is at risk of becoming a large landfill.

"Before that situation, the local authorities are very concerned, can not ban people development of livestock but have limited the increase also go against the policy of household economic development. In order to reduce some pollution, in 2009, the commune People's Council issued a resolution not to raise 20 households or more if polluting the environment, especially in residential areas. Households wishing to grow on a large scale must demonstrate their capacity to address environmental pollution.

So in previous years, Cam Binh still had the highest number of flocks, second provinces but no farms, most of them were small producers, "said Toan. But by looking through the mass media, local authorities have found a way to overcome environmental pollution to "untie" mechanism that does not match the development trend. Cam Binh people started to build their own biogas tanks. The number of livestock households is large, but the number of small flocks / hhs becomes an advantage for the construction and installation of biogas tanks, solving environmental pollution, utilizing fuel and biogas to irrigate plants and fish. .

From 2010 to 2013, local authorities have taken the initiative to integrate projects to support the construction of gas tanks. Especially, since 1997, the implementation of the LCASP project has built and installed 47 more biogas tanks. Most of the households who built biogas gas tanks under the LCASP project received support money. Mr. Nguyen Van Ngoi, a farmer in Binh Thuy village, said: "The LCASP project is behind but brings a new airflow into the construction and installation of biogas tanks in pig production. If the other projects, the disbursement is quite easy, the LCASP project mandates people to demonstrate the specific quality of the tank prior to acceptance and disbursement. In the long run, people will appreciate the value of adhering to this rigorous process. "

Thanks to the biogas tank, livestock in Cam Binh is constantly developing, farm economy is improved. There are about 400 households in the whole commune, of which there are 58 models of pig farming based on farm scale combined with fresh water fish and poultry. Total number of pigs in the area in 2015 is estimated at 31,140 children, for the production of 1,675.95 tons of hogs, over 75 billion. Mr. Nguyen Thien Toan said: "Unwillingly the new People's Council must issue a resolution banning raising more than 20 children per household if the environment is not guaranteed. Due to the fact that Cam Binh farmers are in great need of raising livestock, households are kept close together in residential areas. If all households expand the scale but do not solve the problem of pollution, Cam Binh will become landfill of animal waste.

Up to now, the mechanism has been "untied", biogas tanks become salvage help Cam Binh farmers increase their herd. The number of households involved in animal husbandry is constantly increasing. "This fact shows that if the environmental pollution in animal husbandry is not solved eventually, the road to NTM in Cam Binh will be far removed. with. However, in 2013, Cam Binh finished NTM two years ahead of the original registration, "said Toan excited.

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