The Institute of Agricultural Research and Training and Fisheries (Ifapa), the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development Tíjola taught in a course-level qualified veterinary hygiene biocidal, within the program to update knowledge and agribusiness workers and workers in the agricultural sector. Formative-face-action mode, will begin tomorrow, day 22, and end on 30 April, lasting 30 hours. The course is co-financed 80% by the European Social Fund, within the Operational Programme of Andalusia 2007-2013.
The course, to be held in the afternoon in the city of Tíjola, will be taught by staff and veterinarians Ifapa District Agricultural Office of Albox, and he, among other topics, will address the following: systems for cleaning and disinfection of facilities and transport; prevention of occupational hazards in these proceedings; equipment and application techniques; and major diseases affecting farm animals and their prevention.
Practical examples will focus primarily on small ruminant farms and beekeeping, that are the most important livestock sectors in the Almanzora. In the region, as highlighted by the territorial delegate of Agriculture, Fisheries and Environment, José Manuel Ortiz, hut there is a goat's milk 23.480 heads, with an upward trend, since it has become an area where many people have sought self-employment in recent years.
The cabin of sheep meat in the region amounted to almost 14.000 heads. As for beekeeping, no phone book entries in the Almanzora 21.000 hives.