Participation in Forum on July 24, 2017
Biorisk Management is a serious issue in the developing countries affecting the food value chain, adversely. Lack of quality control practices across the farming network, inputs supplies, farm hygiene and products questions the quality of milk, meat and eggs. The huge resource base in the developing fail to generate self employment for the youth and hygienic food production for local consumption ...
M Subhan Qureshi likes the news release:
Finance Minister Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mr. Muzafar Said led a delegation of Dairy Science Park to Thailand to participate in the Workshop on Biorisk Management – The Way Ahead. The workshop was held at Phuket, with participation by experts of Dairy Science Park (DSP), Peshawar, Pakistan and Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, USA.
The workshop ...
Participation in Forum on January 24, 2016
Dairy industry has already been at threats. I have seen the top executives of dairy farmers associations in KP Pakistan escaping dairy farming and seeking refuge in poultry farming or even electronic industries. The farm management is usually under unskilled greedy labors and the farmer's income is engulfed by them. Bringing any innovation is impossible because these labor do not like and tolerate ...
News published on July 17, 2014
The Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Sciences, the University of Agricutlure Peshwar has arranged a Veterinary Camp at Bannu for providing relief to the livestock of Internally Displaced Persons of North Waziristan. The Camp has been organized on advice of the Minister for Higher Education Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Prof Zahoor Swati, Vice Chancellor. Prof Dr M Subhan Qureshi, Dean is headin ...
Photos published on July 16, 2014
Relief Camp at Bannu for Internally Displaced Persons from North Waziristan.
Article published the July 3, 2014
Crossbreed cows are kept for milk production by the peri urban dairy farmer and small scale rural farmer in Pakistan. These animals have emerged through genetic improvement of local non-discriptive cows leading to gradual improvement in milk yield. Resultantly they require improved feeding and management practices . The improvement of ruminant milk quality has in many ways, be ...
News published on June 12, 2014
A special meeting of the management committee of the Livestock Business Facilitation (LBF) Desk of the Dairy Science Park was held at Peshawar on Monday to review legal barriers in development and sustainability of dairy and livestock farming in the KP province. Meeting was chaired by the Arif Yousaf, Special Assistant of Law to KP Chief Minister.
The meeting was attended by Professor M Subhan Qu ...
Participation in Forum on December 31, 2013
Dear Dr Sharma,
This is not a scientific publication; but a popular site and any material published here may not be considered a duplication. In my opinion any article published in a scientific journal may be published at this site for benefit of the larger audience from the academics, industry and the civil society.
Participation in Forum on December 24, 2013
Congrats Hassan. This area is really exploitable and the Dairy Science Park 2013 focused on developing enterprising capacity of livestock and poultry farmers of Pak-Afghan Region through partnership of academia, government, entrepreneurs, exporters & civil society with special focus on meat production targeted at International Halal Food Market.
The northern Pakistan has got the potential of supp ...
Photos published on December 18, 2013
Standing for National Anthem