Ba Vi Cattle and Field Research Center
Established from Ba Vi Farm under Decision No. 47-NN-TCCB dated 17 February 1989 by the Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry.
Milestones of formation and development:
– Period: 1958 – 1960: Ba Vi Military Farm under the General Department of Logistics of the People’s Army of Vietnam.
– Period: 1961 – 1977: State Farm Bureau of Agriculture (1960 – 1970) and State Farm Administration (1970 – 1977).
– Period from 1978 to 1988: Ba Vi State Farm owned by Institute of Animal Husbandry – Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
– Period from 1989 up to now: Ba Vi Cattle and Field Research Center belongs to Livestock Institute – Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Director in charge: Dr. Tang Xuan Luu.
Telephone: 0912.124.291 / Email: email@example.com
Deputy Director: MSc. Le Xuan Dong
Telephone: 0912.415.680 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Director: Dr. Ngo Dinh Tan
Telephone: 0973.213.986 / Email: email@example.com
II. FUNCTIONS AND TYPES OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES
Selective breeding of crossbred cattle and fodder suitable for agro-ecological zones;
To formulate and implement programs, projects and scientific researches on cattle breeding, animal feed, preservation and processing of milk;
To participate in the study and formulation of livestock development policies and strategies, technical and economic norms and standards in cattle raising and animal feeds in service of state management;
Producing, trading, exporting and importing products related to cattle raising: breeds, feeds, veterinary drugs, materials and equipment, livestock products;
Technology transfer related to cattle raising, food crops, preservation and processing of milk and livestock products;
Adaptation, keeping genetic funds for cattle and other animals;
Storage of edible plants;
Participate in training and development of human resources on cattle and livestock feed;
Cooperate with organizations and individuals at home and abroad to carry out the duties of the Center.
2. Type of activity
Public science and technology units.
3. Strengths and potential
Human resources and facilities are available to carry out experiments and scientific research topics in animal health and related fields such as dairy, beef, etc. Human resources are dug Basic training and intensive training at home and abroad:
+ The number of dairy cows per 1000 live on farms of different sizes
+ Pasture systems with a variety of food crops provide the basis for conducting animal feed studies.
+ Laboratory with modern equipment, capable of carrying out researches with different requirements.
Transfer progress into production.
Possession and transfer of technical advances in reproductive technology and dairy cow and beef reproductive issues.
Own and willing to cooperate, transfer technical advances on food crops and feed ruminants.
+ Ability to consult and give technical advances in nutrition for dairy herds.
+ Being able to enter into joint ventures with foreign partners in milch cow, beef and food.
+ Specialized training in seeds, nutrition, food, artificial insemination and problems related to milk cows, beef cattle, food plants.
Highly skilled technicians who have the ability to undergo successful caesarean section operations, rumen opening surgery, abdominal dissection and surgical operations.
+ Expert team of cattle reproduction skilled, capable of solving difficult reproduction problems.
Training courses on: Reproductive technology; artificial insemination; embryo transfer; veterinary; farming techniques…
Transfers: Breeds of cows, feed plants, technical process of growing, processing and stocking of food.
III. ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEM
Total number of S & T staff: 47
– Doctorate: 03
– Master: 06
– Universities and colleges: 25
– Other: 13