The youth of Lumbini, who have returned from abroad, are engaged in Kalijpalan

Rupendehi. College, which was earlier found only in the forest, is now being reared in the city markets. The number of people earning good income has started increasing by starting commercial rearing of colleges in the forests of Nepal. Especially those who have been living abroad for a long time and want to return to Nepal and take up a different profession have embraced this profession.

Kalijpalan is a new business in Nepal. Entrepreneurs say that it has taken a long time for the government to approve the commercial rearing of the college found in the forests of Nepal. Even though it has not been approved by the government, the commercial cultivation of various varieties of colleges imported from abroad has started increasing in this area.

After returning from abroad in Rupandehi, those who are engaged in the business of cultivating under the agricultural firm have started to meet. Many of them have become successful while pursuing college education with various skills and training abroad.

Farmers are excited after the increase in its trade during the big festivals of Nepal. The practice of eating kaliz has increased in big festivals like Dashain, Tihar and in winter season.

There is college rearing in different parts of the country including Rupendehi. The weather after September is also considered as cold weather. It can be used as meat and soup in winter season and is also considered as good for health.

It can be used as meat and soup in winter season and is also considered as good for health. Entrepreneurs are now raising colleges for the post-tenth season.

Suresh KC of Baglung and Mankaji Thapa of Butwal lived together in Korea for a long time. With the money and skills he had earned, he started doing business in Butwal with the idea of ​​doing something new in his own country. He runs his mother’s kitchen at Milanchowk in Butwal. Here they sell the meat of Kalij and Battai.

KC and Thapa have run a farmer’s integrated wildlife and agro firm in Butwal Sub-metropolis-19 Ranibari. Where different castes have been reared. There are now 800 colleges here.

“We have started the commercial rearing of the college in Rupandehi. We have a lot of people raising chickens at home, but the environment for running a big business firm has not been created yet,” says director Suresh KC.

He said that the care of Kalijpalan is more enjoyable than money and healthy for food. Apart from Butwal, Kathmandu has the highest demand for colleges. A female calf lays 40 to 60 eggs in a season, and hatches hatch in 26 to 27 days after hatching.

Another businessman who enjoyed college is Baburam Shrestha of Butwal. After living in Italy for 18 years, he is currently working in Butwal. Initially, he was educated in Kathmandu. He claims to be the first person in Nepal to practice Kajil commercially. Now he has expanded his college firm by adding to Butwal.

Shrestha, a permanent resident of Butwal, has started living in Hariharpur of Butwal Sub-Metropolis-17. Where he has raised 46 hundred colleges. It takes days to nurture those colleges.

After returning from Italy four years ago, he started his career in Kathmandu for the first time. After that, he came to France with 9 months of college related training and established Wildlife Agro Practice in Kathmandu.

After settling in Kathmandu, he has now started a vocational college in his hometown Butwal. He started a business college in the name of Mrs. Kavita Shrestha by setting up a firm called Box Wild Park Pvt., Lumbini ABI Clooney and Research Center Pvt.

Shrestha, 51, says he plans to expand the firm in the near future. Now, he said, there are more than 4600 male and female colleges in the firm. Now I am thinking of expanding it. ‘

At his firm, Ringneng now attends the Mongolian Cross, the American Cross, and the Lataut Jata College. He says that since the weight of the college reared is also high, the meat is also reared commercially so that it is suitable for those who eat it.

Shrestha has been producing the seeds required by the college from Lumbini Grain Industry Pvt. The chicks can be sold in 5 months after installation. According to Shrestha, a rooster can weigh up to 1.5 kg in five months and it is being sold for Rs. Four people have got direct employment in the firm while more than 50 people have got indirect employment.

Operator Shrestha has also planned to set up his own hatching brooder as it is currently being used in various hatching industries for chicken production.

He has been raising nets in his farm with an area of ​​1 bigha and 5 katthas.

The grain is being produced by Lumbini Agro Industries Pvt. Ltd. of Butwal. According to Bhanu KC, the director of the college, college firms have been opened in the vicinity of Rupandehi. From his industry, the seeds of college have gone to 45 districts.

Krishna Khanal, coordinator of the Agriculture Journalists’ Society Lumbini, said that the business rearing of colleges in the area has started increasing. According to Khanal, the business started in Rupandehi, Arghakhanchi and Palpa has been very successful and friends have started discussions in other places as well. “Entrepreneurs are not comfortable with this because of some legal complications, but they have made good profits because they are all experienced,” he said.

Dr. Pravesh Alam, chief of the Directorate of Livestock and Fisheries Development, Lumbini, said that the commercial rearing of the college was increasing in the private sector. He informed that the poultry development firm in Khajura, Banke has been preparing to produce chickens since this year.

“Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of the increasing number of people who are interested in the market, those who have been living abroad for a long time, and those who have different tastes. . Alam said.

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