Today, the Deputy Commissioner undertook a comprehensive visit to the local piggery farm in Behram to assess its infrastructure and diverse breeds. During the visit, the Deputy Commissioner engaged with the farm staff to gain insights into the potential income generation and sustainable development opportunities in the area.
Expressing optimism about the economic prospects, the Deputy Commissioner highlighted the significance of the piggery farm as a promising avenue for local residents to enhance their income. He emphasized the importance of leveraging available resources efficiently.
During the inspection, the Deputy Commissioner suggested the establishment of a gober gas plant for sustainable development, underlining the commitment to environmental consciousness in the farming practices. This initiative aligns with the broader vision for promoting eco-friendly solutions within the agricultural sector.
Commending the efforts of the farm in utilizing leftover food from institutions like LPU (Lovely Professional University), the Deputy Commissioner encouraged further collaboration with other educational institutions in the district. He stressed the potential for mutually beneficial partnerships that could contribute to the overall growth of the piggery farm and foster community development.
The Deputy Commissioner's visit reflects the administration's commitment to supporting and promoting sustainable agricultural practices. Such initiatives not only contribute to economic development but also reinforce the region's dedication to environmental responsibility.