Governor Acharya Devvrat today visited Embryo Transfer Technology laboratory of Animal Husbandry department at Palampur, in district Kangra. He asked the department to install exclusive sheds for breeding of desi cows at that place so that sturdy Red Sindhi, Sahiwal and Tharparkar could be reared in the state. He asked the Vice Chancellor of the H.P. Agriculture University to impart practical training to students of the university in animal husbandry techniques of the embryo Transfer Technology for expertise in the new technology. He also asked the department to work for rearing the bulls of desi breed for natural insemination of cows.He directed the veterinary officers to make Embryo Transfer Technology available at grass root level to farmers of the state for the rapid improvement of livestock and increasing milk productivity with the use of the technology. He said 50 to 100 calves can be produced from a single cow in her life as compared to 5-10 calves normally.Vice Chancellor Shri Ashok Sarial and senior officers of the Animal Husbandry Department were also present on the occasion.