China - Proportion of standardized large-scale animal production in China to increase by 10-15 percentage points

The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) stated that by 2015, the proportion of large-scale production of major animals would be raised by 10-15 percentage points and the number of standardized farms would account for 50% of the total of large-scale farms; productivity of those standardized large-scale farms would be improved; the animal waste would be treated to reach the standards for discharge or utilized as a resource; and the quality and safety of animal products would be substantially upgraded.
Tuesday 9 November 2010 (7 years 9 months 8 days ago)
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The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) stated that by 2015, the proportion of large-scale production of major animals would be raised by 10-15 percentage points and the number of standardized farms would account for 50% of the total of large-scale farms; productivity of those standardized large-scale farms would be improved; the animal waste would be treated to reach the standards for discharge or utilized as a resource; and the quality and safety of animal products would be substantially upgraded.

To carry out the nationwide activity on establishment of standardized demonstration farms for livestock and poultry production launched by MOA early this year, the state has invested three billion yuan to support establishment and transformation of standardized pig and dairy cattle farms/farming areas and it has also allocated 500 million yuan of specialized funds to help the farms/farmers that apply standardized farming practices by offering rewards instead of subsidies.

http://english.agri.gov.cn/ga/news/201011/t20101108_2575.htm

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