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Preparation for making silage!

 

Within the framework of the "Growing Vegetables" project, members of the farming group in the villages of Eshperov and Shor-Bulak of the Tong district and Vocational School No. 81 in the village of Bokonbaev are growing corn for silage on a total area of 3.2 hectares. Trainings on corn cultivation are held and consultations are provided. At the end of July, monitoring was carried out, expert Atayev Akai met with the project participants on the ground, answered questions, gave advice and suggestions on growing corn. In general, he assessed that the cultivated corns are satisfactory.

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The project “Vegetable Production” is funded by the International Seed Programs (SPI - Seed Programs International) and is implemented by the public fund AVEP.

EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCE ON SILAGE PREPARATION

Feeding animals is an important factor affecting their health, nutrition and quality of milk, so it is important to pay special attention to the preparation and feeding of animals.

In recent years, Chui region farmers have been paying special attention to silage production.

Farmers from Jumgal and Ton districts visited the farms of farmers Tilek and Atayev Akai during the exchange of experience and saw in practice how to thresh corn and press it into silage. Mr. Japarkulov Kalmurat, the head of the "Pedestrian Animal Husbandry" Association of Tilek and Akai, told how his students have achieved these successes, how he has been giving advice and support in difficulties, and noted that he is proud of his students' success. He gave advice to the participants and answered their questions.

This event was organized within the framework of two separate projects: the project financed by UN World Food Program and "Vegetable growing" project implemented with financed by International Seed Fund (SPI - Seed Programs International), implemented by the AVEP public fund.

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Farmers in the mountain area are improving their education.

In cooperation with the organization KGFRAS, in the Jumgal region, trainings of the public fund "AVEP" were launched to increase the knowledge of farmers. Farmers mainly improve their knowledge in the field of animal husbandry, forage production, pasture management and financial literacy. It is expected that by the end of the year 1,400 farmers will take part in special trainings.

This event and trainings are held in the frame of the project “Livestock Risk Insurance” implemented by the UN World Food Programme. The project is being implemented as a pilot in Aktalaa, Jumgal and Naryn rayons of the Naryn oblast.

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THE VEGETABLE GROWING PROJECT EXTENDED FOR 2 YEARS

The project "Vegetable Growing", funded by the International Seed Fund (SPI - Seed Programs International) and implemented by the public fund AVEP, has been extended for 2 years.

This year, new villages of Tort-Kul, Kara-Koo, Bokonbaev, Ton district were added to the project, as well as a new component of corn cultivation, home-made silage and livestock fattening.

In March, a seminar on the implementation of the project was held in the village of Bokonbaeva. The seminar was attended by last year's participants and leaders of farmer groups formed in the newly attached villages. During the seminar, activities to be carried out within the framework of the project, expected results were presented and work plans were drawn up. Estimates of small investments that will be provided under the project were discussed.

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THANKS TO THE PROJECT GULSARA OPENED A FAMILY BUSINESS

Chynybayeva Gulsara Sulaimanovna, a resident of the village of Chelpek, Ak-Suu district. She took part in the project for the integrated development of the economy of the Issyk-Kul region "KARAGAT +", implemented by the public fund "AVEP" in 2013-2018, and received seedlings of new varieties of black currant and raspberry. Participated in trainings on cultivation, processing of fruits and business planning, conducted within the framework of the project. As an active participant in the project, she was awarded with an equipment for drying fruits. To date, she has organized a nursery, grows seedlings of black currant, raspberry and promotes the spread of new varieties of black currant in Issyk-Kul. She teaches others what she learned herself, helping them to get a good harvest and opened a small family business for processing fruits and berries. Her husband Bektur strongly supports Gulsara's activities. This year, the apricot harvest was plentiful and the price was cheap, but Gulsara took advantage of this situation, prepared dried fruits and made several types of jam. She is currently selling them and making a profit. This friendly, enterprising family raised 6 children, brought them up educated and hardworking.

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