On December 8, in Aksubaevsky district, a zonal seminar-meeting was held on the topic "Digitalization of dairy farming on basic farms of the Republic of Tatarstan", with the participation of Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Tatarstan Lenar Garipov, Deputy Head of the Main Directorate of Veterinary Medicine of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Tatarstan Ildar Nugumanov, Head of the District Kamil Gilmanov , heads, specialists of regional agricultural administrations, heads of veterinary associations, heads and specialists of basic farms of the Zakamsk zone of the republic.
An exhibition of advanced technologies in animal husbandry was organized for the meeting participants in the district house of culture.
At the seminar, the participants discussed the issues of introducing digitalization on the basic farms of the republic, identification and safety of cattle, as well as the use of indicators of digital programs on farms.
The head of the district Kamil Gilmanov addressed the participants with welcoming words.
"We are finishing the year well, with an increase of 10 percent both in animal husbandry and crop production," he said.
During his speech, he gave examples of agricultural enterprises, where work in all areas of activity was organized successfully.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Tatarstan Lenar Garipov spoke about the progress of digitalization of the agro-industrial complex of the republic.
"The main task throughout Russia is the digitalization of the agro-industrial complex. It directly affected the republic's animal husbandry. The main issues of digitalization are the management of feeding, milking, reproduction. In the republic, this work has been carried out since May," he said.
The practical part of the event took place at the dairy complex of Aksu Agro LLC. Here, the participants of the meeting examined the livestock premises and premises for keeping heifers of the pre-maternity period, calves, maternity ward, warehouses where ready-made concentrates are stored, and also got acquainted with the process of preparing feed.
At the end of the seminar, participants were shown the procedure for identifying a newborn calf with a unified number and registering it in a unified information system.