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milk quality and udder health Milk-recording. INTENSIVE DAIRY PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT Objectives To train the participants in recent developments in dairy cattle farming and management. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country.LIVESTOCK 42. research and extension service Health and production Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial. technical or leading-farmer levels. progeny testing and estimating breeding values High yield production under hot climate conditions Health problems and main cattle diseases in tropical and subtropical climates Health and prevention of diseases Economic aspects of health control and prophylactic measures Organizations of veterinary services Interrelation between veterinary services. Dairy Cattle 59 . professional. using advanced concepts of modern technologies in highproducing dairy herds Study Subjects Principles of cattle husbandry Fertility management Heat detection Management and record-keeping Planning management of dairy cattle nutrition The use of forage and other by-products in the composition of cattle feed units Management of a dairy herd Milking.

60 Sheep & Goat Raising . research and organizational aspects Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial.LIVESTOCK 43. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country. for wider use of sheep and goat products Study Subjects Genetics. professional. technical or leading-farmer levels. SHEEP AND GOAT RAISING Objectives To train the participants in improved sheep-and goat-raising based on advanced management and production techniques. major breeds and crossbreeding Reproduction process of sheep and goats Artificial insemination and the use of hormones Nutritional requirements. feeds and feeding Sanitation and herd health Herd management in accordance with the reproduction cycle Pasture management Structures and equipment Raising and fattening of lambs and kids Milking and dairy products Marketing Economic considerations Extension.

The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country. research and extension service Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial. control and prevention of diseases and related economic aspects Study Subjects Health problems and main cattle diseases in tropical and subtropical climates The diagnosis of major cattle diseases Health and prevention of diseases Epidemiology The reproduction process of cattle Artificial insemination and embryo transplantation Economic aspects of health control and prophylactic measures Organization of veterinary services Interrelation between veterinary services. Animal Health & Veterinary Care 61 . professional (veterinarians).LIVESTOCK 44. technical or leading-farmer levels. CATTLE HERD HEALTH Objectives To train the participants in cattle herd health in tropical and subtropical climates.

62 Animal Health & Veterinary Care . SMALL RUMINANTS HERD HEALTH Objectives To train the participants in sheep and goat herd health in tropical and subtropical climates. technical or leading-farmer levels.LIVESTOCK 45. control and prevention of diseases and related economic aspects Study Subjects Health problems and main sheep diseases in tropical and sub tropical climates The diagnosis of major small ruminants diseases Health and prevention of diseases Epidemiology The reproduction process of the sheep and goat Artificial insemination and embryo transplantation Economic aspects of health control and prophylactic measures Organization of veterinary services Interrelation between veterinary services. professional (veterinarians). research and extension service Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial. The programme will specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country.

from little or no laboratory facilities up to a sophisticated modern laboratory. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country. Animal Health & Veterinary Care 63 . Study Subjects Bacteriology: diagnosis of mammalian diseases and setting up a diagnostic laboratory Virology: diagnosis of mammalian diseases and setting up a diagnostic laboratory Toxicology: diagnosis of poisonings and setting up a diagnostic laboratory Pathology: diagnosis of diseases Poultry: diagnosis of diseases and setting up a diagnostic laboratory Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject. will be made according to the means available and the prevalent infectious and non-infectious diseases. Planning by stages. such as veterinarians and laboratory workers and managers. DIAGNOSIS OF ANIMAL DISEASES Objectives To train the participants in the diagnosis of animal diseases by the integration of clinical or necropsy manifestations and laboratory findings Particular emphasis will be placed on the design and practical set up of diagnostic laboratories.LIVESTOCK 46.

breeding and genetics Production techniques and management. POULTRY PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT Objectives To train the participants in the various aspects of poultry husbandry. recent developments in management. extension and organizational aspects Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial. 64 Poultry Production .LIVESTOCK 47. technical or leading-farmer levels. methods. improvement of flock quality and production and organization of marketing Study Subjects Anatomy and physiology Reproduction. including in hot climates Planning for modern poultry farming Nutrition and feeding Sanitation and health care Marketing requirements. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country. facilities and organization Husbandry practices Record keeping Use of computers in the poultry branch Regional service centres Production economics Economic aspects and considerations Research. professional.

LIVESTOCK 48. reproduction. marketing methods and economic aspects of fish rearing Study Subjects Limnology of the pond Tilapia. technical or leading-farmer levels. Aquaculture 65 . sanitation and disease control. common carp and other species Reproduction and fry production process Fish nutrition Sanitation and disease control Production planning and project planning Production system Marketing facilities and organization Economic considerations Research methods in aquaculture Extension and organizational aspects Aquaculture and equipment Computers in aquaculture Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial. modern feeding techniques. AQUACULTURE Objectives To train the participants in the management of fish production in artificial ponds. professional. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country.

professional. technical or leading-farmer levels. modern feeding techniques. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country. sanitation and disease control. 66 Aquaculture . cages.LIVESTOCK 49. MARICULTURE Objectives To train the participants in the management of fish production in artificial ponds and/or cages in the sea. superintesive close systems) Fish nutrition Sanitation and disease control Planning of production and planning of projects Production system Marketing facilities and organization Economic considerations Research methods in mariculture Extension and organizational aspects Mariculture and equipment Computers in mariculture Macroalgea rearing Production of bivalve and prawns Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial. reproduction. marketing methods and economic aspects of fish rearing Study Subjects Reproduction of marine fish Larva rearing Rotifers and microalgea rearing systems Production systems (ponds.

Beekeeping 67 . processing and the use of by-products Sanitation. elements of behaviour and communication in the bee colony Nutrition Honey extraction. based on modern techniques of production in order to promote and extend the use of beehive products Study Subjects Biology. pest and disease control Types of hives and protective equipment Apiary management and marketing Economic considerations Extension.LIVESTOCK 50. The programme will be specifically adapted to the professional level requested by the host country. technical or leading-farmer levels. BEEKEEPING Objectives To train participants in the various aspects of beekeeping. professional. research and organizational aspects Crop pollination Bee forest Participants The course is designed for personnel involved in the subject from the managerial.

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