An appropriate fodder base is required for the effective development of animal husbandry. The country annually produces feed almost 2 times less than the zootechnical norm. Lack of feed leads to their rise in price. Climatic factors must also be taken into account.

In this regard, the Ministry of Agriculture, together with the akimats of the regions, needs to increase the area under fodder crops and modernize the infrastructure of distant pastures.

It is important to ensure funding for this area as a matter of priority.

Every year, projects for the processing of livestock products are implemented. However, there is an underload of these enterprises.

In this regard, it is necessary to encourage agricultural producers to create a network of procurement organizations that connect small producers with processing enterprises.

The development of animal husbandry requires the organization of a clear vertical of veterinary control. The Ministry of Agriculture was instructed to intensify work on introducing appropriate changes to the legislation on the delineation and regulation of the activities of veterinary services, as well as taking measures to improve their material and technical support.

Selection and breeding work is the basis of the productive potential of commercial animal husbandry.

In this regard, the Ministry of Agriculture needs to work out measures to support the development of this area as part of the improvement of the subsidy system.

The Ministries of Agriculture, Education and the Atameken Chamber need to prepare a Roadmap for the introduction of innovations in the industry. Farmers and investors should be interested in investing in the introduction of modern technologies and scientific developments.