The DALFA Livestock Show at the Expo Center has come to an end after huge attendance. The three-day show continued to be the center of interest of the people.
A large number of people also attended the show on the last day, expressing keen interest in rare birds, tigers and pets.
On the last day of the livestock show, Pakistan Day celebrations were held. The third day started with flag hoisting and national anthem in which Director General of Badar Expo Zuhair Naseer and DALFA Patron-in-chief HarisMithani participated along with exhibitors and Karachiites.
Patron-in-Chief DALFA Harris Mithani said that the livestock show was more successful and more than expectations in which people participated in large numbers following with Covid-19 SOPs.
The farmers participating in the livestock show also got a good response; especially the citizens approached the farmers for the purchase of cattle for sacrifice on Eid-ul-Adha which will boost their business.
He said that all the three days of the Livestock Show were attended by senior government officials from Sindh and Balochistan livestock dairy and fisheries experts, diplomats and a large number of livestock dairy fisheries businessmen and appreciated the arrangements made for the livestock show.
HarisMithani said that along with Livestock Department Sindh and Livestock Fisheries Department Balochistan, State Bank of Pakistan, private financial institutions, Sindh Investment Board and other institutions played an important role in organizing the exhibition.
He said that DALFA Livestock Show has proved to be an effective platform for highlighting the potential of high breed cattle in Pakistan especially in Sindh and investment opportunities in the livestock sector.
The livestock show featured stalls set up by a number of cattle vaccine and food manufacturing companies, as well as farm management and dairy technologies companies to raise awareness on how to modernize farming.
An international seminar was also organized along with the Livestock Show through which the experts provided information to the farmers highlighting the challenges facing the dairy, fisheries and livestock sector and the potentials available in this sector.