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Services offered to farmers and general public

Animal genetics and breeding
With Charges

    Supplying improved Cattle Germplasm through auction of animals and Selling of semen at subsidized rates.
    Selling Sheep and Goat Germplasm at University approved rates.
    Selling of Poultry Germplasm at University approved rates.

Without Charges :

    Advising farmers and officers of the Department of Animal Husbandry regarding improved breeding practices of livestock and poultry by arranging training Kisan Mela and Workshop.

Veterinary pathology
Post mortem and Biopsy examination of dead animals and birds
Provides expert guidance for the disease diagnosis and its prevention and control to Livestock/Poultry farmers in form of Farm Darshan, Kisan Melas etc.
Provides a significant role in the diagnosis and etio-pathological studies of important diseases of different species of animals and poultry prevailing in Haryana state

Animal nutrition
Quality mineral mixture for Cattle and Poultry is being manufactured by the Department and is available for sale on the following rates

Type of mineral mixture packaging  Per Kg Rate  Rate (Rs./kg)(One Kg packet)
25 kg  Rs.  60
Poultry 1125 50
Poultry 1125 50




Feed and fodder samples received from livestock owners, feed industry and other organizations, are analyzed on nominal fees (INR 275/- for proximate analysis including that of calcium and phosphorus contents) as prescribed by the University to help farmers/entrepreneurs to get maximum return from livestock. Interested persons may send their feed and fodder samples with Bank draft for getting the analytical report.







Extension is an important domain of the department. This department is engaged in imparting technical knowledge regarding balanced and economic feeding of animals to livestock owner, pig and poultry farmers for efficient animal production through training program, Kisan Mela and TV/Radio talks. Farmers are advised regarding nutritional disorders, and nutritional management during drought and floods. There is also active participation through mass media, TV/radio talk, farmers fair etc. Trainings of seven days duration each (twice a year) are being organized for unemployed scheduled class youth of Haryana state on “Importance of balanced ration and mineral mixture in livestock and poultry production”. Participants are acquainted with various aspects of feeding, ration and mineral mixture formulation, and manufacturing, processing of feed ingredients for better utilization, improvement of poor quality roughages etc. for entrepreneurship. On completion of training, a bag containing 25 kg mineral mixture for livestock is being given free of cost to the trainees.

Veterinary medicine
Diagnosis of infectious and non – infectious diseases of animals reporting at TVCC.
Undertaking treatment of all sick animals reporting at TVCC.
Consultation regarding prevention and control of diseases to the farmer of the state.
Emergency treatment at farmers door step in cases of outbreaks

Veterinary surgery and radiology
Radiography of clinical cases in domestic animals
Surgical treatment of buffaloes suffering from diaphragmatic hernia
Treatment of animals in TVCC
Participating in Kisan Melas
Clinical camps in various parts of the state
Clinical Conferences for field veterinarians
Farmers’ Advisory Services
Animal Husbandry Officers’ workshops
Exhibitions
Short term training courses
Publications and handouts for the farmers
Radio and TV talks

Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology

Service Charges (`) for cases/ samples presented at TVCSC/ deptt by the farmers/ other deptt. Charges (`) for cases/ samples from outside agencies
Testing of milk for urea, starch, soda, detergents ` 10/- per sample per chemical ` 10/- per sample per chemical
Testing of feed samples for mycotoxins ` 100/- ` 150/- for feed manufacturers, hatcheries and breeders
Disease diagnosis by PCR test (except investigations during disease outbreaks) ` 500/- ` 750/-
Screening/ disease diagnosis by ELISA test (except investigations during disease outbreaks) ` 150/- ` 200/-
Water testing ` 100/- ` 100/-
Culture and sensitivity testing of clinical samples ` 100/-, for equine and canine ` 200/- 150/-, for equine and canine 200/-
Culture and sensitivity testing of mastitis/ animal ` 100/-, for equine and canine ` 200/- ` 150/-, for equine and canine ` 200/-
California Mastitis test/ sample ` 30/- ` 30/-
Intradermal TB and JD testing ` 50/- per animal per test ` 50/- per animal per test plus ` 1000/- as visiting charges per visit and ` 10/- per KM as conveyance charges as per distance to and fro.
Necropsy charges for avian spp. (charges per bird) Minimum ` 50/- per flock upto 5 birds, ` 10/- per bird beyond five birds Minimum ` 50/- per flock upto 5 birds, ` 10/- per bird beyond five birds
Necropsy charges for bird from breeder farms/ hatcheries ` 50/- per bird with a minimum of ` 100/- for two birds ` 50/- per bird with a minimum of ` 100/- for two birds
Outbreak investigation Free of Cost Free of Cost


Livestock product technology
Testing of milk for adulteration.
Training to farmers and unemployed youth of Haryana in processing of milk products.
Training to farmers and unemployed youth of Haryana in processing of meat products.

Veterinary Microbiology

  • Antibiotic sensitivity testing of clinical isolates
  • Latex agglutination test for diagnosis of Trypanosoma evansi infection in domestic animals (In collaboration with Department of Veterinary Parasitology)
  • PCR –based diagnostic tests for hemoprotozoa infections (In collaboration with Department of Veterinary Parasitology)
  • PCR –based diagnostic tests for hemorrhagic septicemia (In collaboration with Department of Veterinary Public Health & Epidemiology)
  • Advice about HS vaccination based on serum antibody levels against P. multocida B:2
  • Advice on control of FMD outbreaks in the state

Animal biotechnology

  • Training programmes: Department of Animal Biotechnology organizes two short term hands on training course during the months of November and February. The department charges Rs. 5,000/- per training per trainee. The department also organizes summer training upto 3 months.
  • DNA Sequences Facility: The Department of Animal Biotechnology is providing DNA Sequencing facility to the Haryana State, Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying, general public and farmers on charge basis. (Hyperlinked at Annexure 1)
  • Samples Testing Facility: The Department of Animal Biotechnology is providing diagnostic service to the Haryana State, Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying and farmers to test its breeding bulls for Bluetongue virus and Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus. This test is essential to use the bull in progeny testing as well as dissemination of the germplasm for the superior bulls. Charges are Rs. 500 for cases/samples presented at TVCSC/deptt. by the farmers/other Deptt. of HAU and Rs. 750 for for cases/samples from outside agencies

Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension Education

  • Farmers’ advisory service is provided by the department in relation to livestock and poultry technologies– free of cost.
  • Printed materials such as leaflet, pamphlets, folders etc. are distributed among the field veterinarians/extension workers/ farmers - free of cost.

Disease Free Small Animal House
As approved by the committees constituted under rule 25.3(a) of HAU Account Code Volume-1, the rate of different species of laboratory animals raised in the Disease Free Small Animal House are revised as under with effect from 8.5.2012.

Sr. No. Animal Species Rates for internal Depts. of LUVAS and outside Government Institutions (Rs. Per animal) Rates for outside private institutions (Rs. Per animal)
1. Mice(Swiss albino) 90/- 120/-
2. Rats (wister, albino) 150/- 250/-
3 Hamsters (Syrian, golden) 200/- 300/-
4. Guinea pigs (Duncan hartley) 400/- 600/-
5. Rabbits (new Zealand, white) 1000/- 1500/-

Notes :

  1. The animals in advance stage of pregnancy/mothers with babies will be charged triple of the above mentioned rates.
  2. The rates are net, each animal, ex-animal house, for either sex.
  3. Only the surplus animals are to be supplied to out side institutions, after meeting the entire demand of the internal departments of this university.