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(From Bernama The Malaysian National News Agency)
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 20 (Bernama) -- Sabah, which has been promoting agriculture as one of its economic prime movers, is already 90 percent self-sufficient in milk.
In time to come, the state can even export its milk, says Dr Philip Chamberlain, programme manager of Subtropical Dairy Program Ltd, a Queensland-based company which provides training to dairy farmers in nutrition and feed system management.
It also trains them in animal husbandry and management, animal health and production, breeding and genetics, milking system design & management as well as business management.
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