Sino-Pak collaboration in buffalo embryo transfer and production to achieve beneficial results

NANNING, 27 Oct. Because of its numerous health advantages and delectable flavor, buffalo milk has become more and more well-liked in China in recent years. Sino-Pak collaboration in buffalo embryo development, breeding, and dairy processing is already taking place and has just reached a new milestone to capitalize on the enormous market potential for buffalo milk in China.

For more than two or three generations, many buffalo in China have been crossbred with their Pakistani and local Chinese counterparts. “In terms of productivity and body structure, Pakistan’s buffalo are superior to those found locally in China. Pakistani buffalo produce 5–6 times more milk than indigenous buffalo in China “According to Lan Yong, Royal Cell Biotechnology (Guangxi) Ltd.’s director of animal husbandry.

After being brought to China, modern Chinese feeding technology, equipment, and management have helped the hybrid buffalo’s milk output increase even further. Currently, Lan Yong’s business is building a pasture in Pakistan, where it will use advanced Chinese technology to raise the pasture’s productivity and operational management standards.

An important joint venture deal was signed this year between Pakistan’s JW Group and China’s Royal Group to support Pakistan’s buffalo sector.

“In five years, our joint venture intends to invest $100 million. We will have an annual production value of $90 million when everything is finished. From pasture agriculture to buffalo breeding and deep processing, we will generate close to 1,000 employment “China Economic Net was informed by Teng Cuijin, vice president of Royal Group and general manager of Royal Cell Biotechnology (Guangxi) Ltd.

Teng Cuijin claims that a central laboratory was constructed in Lahore and has been operational since this past May. In the lab, the firm and Pakistani scientific research institutes are exchanging technical knowledge and training on embryonic production and breeding.

“The success rate of transferring buffalo embryos is still quite low. In order to examine the effectiveness of embryo transfer in various feeding situations, it is possible to do embryo transfers in both Pakistan and China. Pakistan may benefit from our expertise with Chinese-made embryo transfers if Pakistan so desires. In order to advance bilateral technical exchanges and development, we should work to increase the success rate of buffalo embryo transfer not only in China but also in Pakistan “The potential for Sino-Pak cooperation in buffalo embryo transfer was discussed by Shang Jianghua, Technical Director of Royal Cell Biotechnology (Guangxi) Ltd.

Shang Jianghua added that they would establish a local technical team for buffalo embryo production in Pakistan, including live egg collection, in vitro embryo production, and embryo transfer, to better utilize Chinese embryonic biotechnology to aid Pakistan in increasing its buffalo milk production.

According to information obtained, the governments of China and Pakistan have agreed to inspect and quarantine buffalo embryos exported from Pakistan to China, and Royal Cell is currently undergoing some import procedures. These developments will advance the two countries’ bilateral cooperation in the buffalo milk industry and pave the way for win-win outcomes shortly.