Monday, 17 October 2011

Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) Kisan mela from Oct 18

Written by Anil Singh

Vocational Fairs are a good source of motivation, expertise enhancement and exchange; especially for those professions which offer very limited opportunities in this regard. One such profession is farming.

Although, farming sector (agriculture and animal husbandry) gains a lot from the knowledge or expertise exchange among peers; the very nature of the vocation doesn’t allow the practitioners to benefit from the research made in elite institutions.

The vocational fairs for farmers thus play an important role in fulfilling the above void. Not to say, A serious famer should always try to visit such fairs.

One such opportunity is knocking their doors.

Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, 243122 is organizing the 10th Kisan Mela 2011 from tomorrow, October 18 2011, at its main campus at Izatnagar on "Entrepreneurship in Livestock" to offer a platform to scientists, livestock owners and farmers in agri-business, industry entrepreneurs, researchers and students to exchange their views, interests and experiences.

The fair is expected to be visited by a large number of farmers, livestock owners and field functionaries from Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and other neighboring states.

An example of what dedication and passion in farming vocation can do:

Two farmers in Hamilton, Canada, Dale Stein and Glenn Levandoske, standing behind a giant, 300 pound or 136 Kilograms, pumpkin they grew this year in their farm.

The Proud Happy farmers are going to donate the 300-pound prize to a good cause.

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