In the province of Balochistan, two livestock markets are being set up in Rakhni and Hub for facilitating the cattle owners of the locality, as per the reports of local media.
According to an official of the livestock department, the project of pasteurization of the camel milk with a price of Rs.50 million would be started in Musakhel and Washuk areas of the province.
The official further detailed that more than 104 different national firms would be opening their offices in Quetta for making an investment with Balochistan livestock department for the development and progress of the sector.
He also said that the rural poultry project under the PM Khan’s poultry scheme with a cost of Rs.900 million has already been commenced in the various areas of the province.
The CM of Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan on the 9th of October said that the government was committed to uplift the agriculture and livestock sector in the province.
While talking to a European Union Cooperation delegation that was led by Milko Van Gool in Quetta, Jam Kamal said that the provincial government was taking solid measures to promote the agriculture sector in Pakistan, as per the reports of local media.
He also said that the provincial government would be having the first-ever livestock expo in Quetta in the month of April.